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Solar Decathlon 2011: Empowerhouse -winter 2010-fall 2011

Our Parsons NS Steven team partnered with Habitat for Humanities, and accomplished ambitious goals of not only being green, but also meeting Net Zero and Passive House standards. On top of that...view more

 
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IN-close Farragut Housing -fall 2009

With a rentable central core and two owner’s wings, the IN-close housing hugs the street and welcomes all pedestrians through the path cutting through the building. The building thus creates a public and commerical ground floor without disrupting the privacy of the residences above…  view more

 
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Passive Alaskan Pod -fall 2009

Located on Jewel Lake in Anchorage, Alaska this home/pod provides multiple views of the surrounding water, mountains, and snow frosted trees. This 100 square foot design has the essential living spaces…  view more

 
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IKEA Brooklyn Ferry Terminal -spring 2009

My new terminal with the use of porosity considers possibilities for future expansion of commuter traffic and mimics the surrounding piers. A new water taxi connecting small town, Red Hook with downtown Manhattan has increased traffic in Brooklyn…  view more

 
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Two Houses Analysis -spring 2009

Two Houses as designed by Alvaro Siza was designed to represent the joining of vernacular and modern architecture in the area. My analysis explores Siza’s thought process…  view more

 

Urban Bathhouse -fall 2008

On the corner of Elizabeth and Houston street on downtown Manhattan is a retreat that is both organic yet man-made, both public yet private. The activities throughout the building engage all your senses with the different stages of water…  view more

 
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Scaffolding -fall 2008

Radiating, Veining, and Engulfing. This project sought to tackle a new way of suspending cast plaster pieces of rotten Star Fruits. The plaster resulted with some solid pieces and others with voids …  view more

 
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Pavilion -fall 2008

This light fixture pavilion can be used as a sundial in the daytime and as a lantern at night.  view more

 
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Japan Society Stairs -fall 2008

I wanted to represent that this staircase acts as a bridge and the natural open air atmosphere that is created.  
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Interpretative Box -fall 2008

The interior of the box is filled with strings that connect the cutouts. These drawings were done without opening the box.  view more

 
 

what is biomimi?

Biomimi is the art portfolio of Priscilla M Lee. It is also, in main ways, her middle name. Biomimi is short for biomimicry, a holistic design approach inspired by nature. Nature has perfected sustainable design, by handling issues without harming the environment and contributing positively to the ecosystem. It is her strong belief that we should reference nature for our own designs, in hopes to increase appreciation for the environment and sustain life for all.

about

priscilla lee Priscilla Lee is a multi-faceted artist and designer. She is born in New York City and currently still resides there, where she enjoys a simple life with her loved ones and a playful pup.
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email : priscilla@biomimi.com