Site : 0.007 {observe:diagram:sketch:annotate}

March 25, 2011

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Final Project 1.002

March 21, 2011

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Posted in: Microlandscape

Site : 0.006 {observe:diagram:sketch:annotate}

March 21, 2011

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On Friday I went to the site to do a passive observation. Our task was to observe everything in the site and note the temporal changes as they happen. A large part of DeSoto is under water at the moment, so there were limited views with in the park. I chose this location because there […]

Project 2.001 – Systems . Illustrate

March 13, 2011

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http://prezi.com/thbig411jqn9/mississippi-river-riparian-vegetation-and-batture-ecologies/ Mississippi River Riparian Vegetation and Batture Ecologies The Lower Mississippi River Alluvial Plain is one of the most dynamic ecoregions in the world. The Mississippi river drains all or part of 31 states and two Canadian Provinces. The watershed is bordered in the North by Canada, on the east by the Appalachian Mountains, and […]

Site : 0.005 {prototype . measure}

February 28, 2011

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I visited the site on Friday to determine the best site for the cafe. I reconsidered placing the cafe in the front of the visitor’s center, but i decided that the negatives outweigh the positives. The traffic on river road, and the disconnected nature of the space made it ill-suited for a cafe, despite its […]

Site : 0.004 {inventory}

February 27, 2011

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Audrey and I embarked on a detailed site inventory. We created a photo inventory that combined site photography with diagrams created in Adobe Illustrator. The diagrams explain the site features, context and other pertinent technical data for each inventory item: Vegetation, Materials, Architecture and Topography.

Microlandscape

February 25, 2011

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I have started to notice several changes happening in my microlandscape. First, the condensation on the cover has small trails moving through it, that I think have been caused by some of the little flies I have seen. The trails make quite a beautiful erratic pattern in the moisture. The pieces of wood have also […]

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