Land-schap-ing was a finalist in the Landing Garden
International Design Competition
Land-schap-ing investigated territory and landscape at the scale of the object. A three-dimensional, vertical, thick wall houses gardens that would eventually aggregate across the city of Lausanne. The competition brief called for ‘guerilla gardens’ to be deployed in many different sites so we took on the relationship between site boundary (extruded existing edges of sites) and what would later be gardens. This set up the overlap of object to aggregation with form becoming a structured object on site and creating an aggregation of many gardens that would replicate within the structure of the wall but eventually create a completely new territory of gardens out in the city.
Landscape Architecture: Gale Fulton