Projects

  Austin Energy Green Building Program

Austin Energy Green Building Program

  Kinetohaus

Kinetohaus

  West Texas Monastery

West Texas Monastery

  Blackland Village

Blackland Village

  Niles Union

Niles Union

  Lady Bird Living Bridge

Lady Bird Living Bridge

  ATL_2075

ATL_2075

  Brentwood Residence

Brentwood Residence

  Sustainable Habitat House

Sustainable Habitat House

  Inverted House

Inverted House

  Convex

Convex

  Pan Pacific Park

Pan Pacific Park

Installations + Objects

  ONDA Wall

ONDA Wall

  Paper Trails

Paper Trails

  Supraficial

Supraficial

  Dancing Crane

Dancing Crane

  Community First! Porch

Community First! Porch

Drawings

Ghosting, Patterning

Voxelization

Ghosting, Patterning

Processing

Ghosting, Patterning

Fuzziness

Unfolded Section

Unfolded Elevation

More, coming soon….

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Contact

Davis Richardson
M.Arch Fellow, University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture
B.A., Interior Design, Harding University '16
daviswrichardson@gmail.com
daviswrichardson@utexas.edu
770.401.0420

 

Lectures

"Tiny Houses + Alternative Affordable Housing Typologies" 

UTSOA Goldsmith Talk [2017]

UT Live at SXSW [2017]

Corgan Friday Forum [2017]

Mensa Conference, Round Rock [2017]

AIAS National Confernce, Austin [2017]

 

Bio

Davis Richardson is an M.Arch I candidate at the University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture, pursuing a career as an architect. He also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Interior Design from Harding University which taught him about the power of empathetic design and design thinking. At Harding, Richardson also excelled as an athlete, playing baseball for the Bisons. He was named a 1st-Team Capital One Academic All-American in 2015, the first baseball player to achieve that honor in 60+ years of Harding baseball history. He was also named the Great American Conference Male Scholar Athlete of the Year in 2015, an honor given to one athlete from all sports in the conference.

Richardson is most notable in the design community for building his innovative Tiny House on Wheels, known as "Kinetohaus," right out of college before moving to Austin for graduate studies. A hands-on design-build experiment with affordable, alternative housing, the tiny house would be featured on HGTV's show, "Tiny House, Big Living," and as part of UT Live at SXSW Interactive 2017. Moving forward, he intends to explore the overlap of innovative design, advanced digital design theory and technology, and affordable housing by offering alternatives to the status quo. He is always interested in collaborating on exciting projects.