Patrick Ruijzenaars / In imagining and designing forest is frequently talked about the final stage. Equally interesting is the way to get there. It takes many human lives, indeed a lifetime, for them to mature and a young forest is often the least.
This is a relatively straightforward landscape diagram, in part by virtue of its obviously efficient production. The color scheme could be improved for better clarity, but I like the uncompromising juxtaposition between the bluntly photo-realistic and art
Chris Reed shares work from a Harvard GSD landscape architecture studio that considers how productive ecologies drive the development of urban form and uses Jamaica Bay as a case study for exploring the opportunities of richly fluid territories.