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Crossing Paths: Strategies for the Gowanus Basin
Over the past few centuries, the Gowanus has transformed from natural to pastoral to industrial to post-industrial. Its history is tied to the development of Brooklyn. Once a tidal inlet with orchards and mills, it ...
TEOTWAWKI: A Designer's Guide to Prepping
Preparing, colloquially known as “prepping,” is a political act that can be read through the medium of landscape, extending from the colonization of the United States to the present. While mainstream media portrays preppers ...
Fringe Benefits: Accessories for a Bulldoze City
Urban sprawl is the result of giving cars priority over people in the design of our cities. Designing buildings for the automobile as the audience results in larger, faster registrations of architecture, removing human-scaled ...