LOWLAND, 2015

This project explores the production of urban landscapes and infrastructure through the identification and manipulation of existing compositional systems. Derived from the topographic lines of a starfish, the park is an exotic, artificial ‘nature’ that combines architecture with landscape.

The site, an open field on the south branch of the Chicago River, was provided. It’s at the corner of S Halsted Street and W Cermak Road and includes a Chicago Transit Authority stop.

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