Shariq M. Shah *

شارق م. شاہ


Designer and researcher investigating climate, technology, and culture

at the
Harvard University
Graduate School of Design.









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︎ Architecture
︎ Design
︎ Research
︎ Field Studies







The media are not toys… they can be entrusted only to new artists, because they are art forms.
(McLuhan, 1954)



Convergent Weathers *


How can erosive processes construct a spatial mapping of anthropogenic climate change?

Environment Form + Feedback Studio
Prof. Dana Cupkova
Fall 2019

Carnegie Mellon University
School of Architecture
Six Mile Island is situated at the convergence point of two intense site forces: volatile forces of wind and the flow and flooding of the Allegheny River. These weathers remove and deposit sediment, creating spatial conditions 

As the erosive properties of wind and water weather the different densities of layered material, striations within walls become revealed and landscape morphologies become a mapping of weathers.