Framed as the interface between urban and watershed systems the studio asked students to explore how watershed processes and cultural processes intersect and create opportunities for new landscape types and forms. The site was located at the North-West edge of campus. Students pursued this project through spatial/visual reasoning rather than a more data-driven process.
The project was re-formulated as a competition of 4 teams; “entries” were judged based on their graphic presentation of the watershed/urban concepts and the design resolution.
Let’s take a look at some projects: