Kristoffer Jugueta’s creative work research is one of twenty undergraduate student works featured in the inaugural issue of Mānoa Horizons, Vol. 1, Fall 2016. Mānoa Horizons is a peer-reviewed academic journal that showcases high-quality research, creativity, and innovation produced by undergraduate students at UH Mānoa.
During his third year in the architecture program, an assignment, in Assistant Professor Wendy Meguro’s Arch 314-Intermediate Design Studio, was “to conceptually design both environmentally friendly architecture and urban landscape located on Honolulu’s coastline at Kewalo Basin.” Kris learned “that the value of design has the potential to solve many of today’s issues when incorporating problems like climate change, the social environment and the preservation of cultural values during the attentive design process. The project expresses the importance of human life by providing opportunities for the community to learn, serve, and restore.”
See more of the published work in the link below.
Architectural Building Design