In Incheon, South Korea, a city near Seoul, the preliminary vision for this 2008-09 John Portman and Associates (JPA) project was a multi-use development with the 151-story Incheon Tower as centerpiece. The master planned development would include approximately 1,500-acres of reclaimed land from the Yellow Sea. One of the main goals of the planning was to bring water into daily life via tidal gardens, waterfront esplanades, water taxi transportation, and canals with housing at the edge. A greenbelt is a method of unification for several areas of the development. At the base of the tower will be a major transit hub connecting to Seoul, while biking and walking have been prioritized in the planning process. Within the project, I had the opportunity to work on elevator schemes, mechanical planning and diagrams, parking planning, garden schemes, hotel room layouts, and trellis geometry. * All images property of JPA.