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Landscape_Shift City

Title: Landscape_SHIFT CITY
Location: Jamaica Bay, NY
Date: 2015
Project Type: urban design, landscape architecture
Program: City
Recognition:
winner, Special Mention @ Designing Complexity Exhibition (2018)
Exhibited in Designing Complexity Exhibition @ university of Novi Sad Faculty of technical sciences [novi sad, serbia] (2018)
Featured in Design Miami's UNBUILT pavilion (2016)
featured in Harvard university graduate school of design Website (2016)
Exhibited in Platform 8: an Index of Design and Research Exhibition @ harvard university graduate school of design [cambridge, ma] (2016)
Published in GSD Platform 8: An Index of Design & Research (HARVARD GRADUATE SCHOOL OF DESIGN + ACTAR, 2015)
Narrative (Synopsis):

Located in Jamaica Bay, our project aims to catalyze the shifting nature of the indeterminate boundaries—both physical and abstract—that exist across this artificial territory and turn them into an (atomized/local) real estate strategy for the creation of a shifting city. Moreover, we wanted to setup a scenario that accounts for a more mobile and dynamic property and zoning game—engaging with the system of land-making, and mud, in the process.

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Collaboration with Christopher Reznich
Design Team: Alberto de Salvatierra, Christopher Reznich
Photography: anita kan
Adviser: Chris reed