creates participatory interventions that blur the line between the graphic and architectural, the speculative and built, the gauche and spectacular. We challenge notions of omniscient architectural mastery and are instead preoccupied with architecture’s range of immediate emotive capacities. Current interests include: primitive huts, recycling and assemblage, iconography, aggregated composites, movement, nooks, and fuzziness. Nice One Projects (R. Kataki, A. Song, E. Wang) are based in Cambridge, Massachusetts.