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Ecological Transects

The design operates at three scales as an evolution of architecture and landscape over 30 years. Bioswale campsites, filtration pavilions, and aqueduct tree harvesting transform the landscape through the phasing of pathways and infrastructure capacity for temporal and permanent tactile learning environments, facilitating practices of religiosity and cross-cultural stewardship.