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Multi-Climate Futures

Sited in Corona Flushing Meadows Park, this project is a commentary on the future of food infrastructure in the current moment. This area of Queens is one of the most ethnically diverse in New York City, with the highest proportion of Latinx-American and Asian-American communities in the city. Underused and neglected, the park is a glaringly under-utilized space in the context of food accessibility. This project reclaims the vast green spaces as a large-scale farming system using climatized pavilions to house a diverse array of fruit and vegetable species that otherwise cannot grow in the sub-tropical climate of New York. The project raises a number of vital speculations: if our world is warming critically and climate is migrating, how will our communities and their heritages migrate with it? How might we architecturalize a more inclusive vision of how we grow and interact with our food?