jan 28, 2011
Oyster-tecture to Protect Lady Liberty
A look at how New York Harbor could thrive as waters rise from climate changeREAD MORE
jan 28, 2011
Charts The OMA family Tree
Game Changers Issue / Jan. 2011
jan 17, 2011
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SCAPE featured in Harvard Design Magazine
33 / Design Practices Now Vol. 2
dec 8, 2010
Kate Orff @ TED !
TEDWomen / Session 4: Composers
0830-1015 AM / Wednesday, December 8th
SCAPE participates in HK & Shenzhen Biennale
dec 4, 2009 – feb 27, 2010
BRING YOUR OWN BIENNALE
2009 Shezhen & Hong Kong
Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism\Architecture
West Kowloon Waterfront Promenade, Hong Kong
The SCAPE / Design for the Anthropocene Era exhibition threads together three SCAPE projects illustrating the joint natural and human habitats generated by new construction and earth work. It is vital to expand architecture beyond “design for us,” or beyond a built environment conceived exclusively for human consumption and comfort, to address the wider global ecosystem as a shared space for all species. Urban design can be recast as a form of new, activist, joint urban and environmental stewardship in order to manage biodiversity and begin to reverse the trajectories of mass extinction on a hot, crowded planet.
Kate Orff (Principal of SCAPE Landscape Architecture)
Ben Abelman (Exhibition design team)
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