Ground Swell: Adaptive Land Morphologies and Soft Infrastructures
By Chris Holzwart
Ground Swell speculates future land development for Louisiana’s most prominent barrier island, Grand Isle, over the course of the next 50+ years. The project negotiates the volatile existence of coastal conditions in the Gulf of Mexico and utilizes the sediment depositing Mississippi River as a productive agent to challenge the way we think about occupation and land management in these continually changing ecologies. A future is envisioned where the economic arena of Grand Isle’s industries are integral in the processes of the morphological management of its coastal land masses.
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P.L.A.T.F.O.R.M. The Public of Lagos Agency of Trash Formation, Organization, Remediation, and Mana
By Brian Lee