HILL power generator.
This past summer we collaborated with Chester Rennie, a landscape architect at Public Work, on the Land Art Generator Initiative design competition, which was held for a site within Freshkills Park (the former Fresh Kills Landfill) in New York City. Here are a few paragraphs [...]
This past summer we participated as ‘creative collaborators’ in an outdoor art installation called The Encampment by the public artists’ Thomas+Guinevere as part of the City of Toronto’s bicentennial commemoration of the War of 1812 and Luminato, Toronto’s Festival of Arts and Creativity. The installation was a great opportunity for exhibition goers to visit Fort [...]
The adaptive reuse of more and more exquisite post industrial leftovers seems to be slowly catching on outside of Europe. There now seems to be a demand not only for repurposing already built form, but landscapes as well, as exemplified by this hotel we saw on the the Toronto Standard about a month ago.
The Tar Creek Supergrid on the IABR’s Smart Cities-Parallel Cases 2 Exhibition webpage.
We were invited to the International Architecture Biennale Rotterdam (IABR) yesterday to attend an awards ceremony for the Smart Cities: Parallel Cases 2 Exhibition, where The Tar Creek Supergrid is on display. [...]
It seems we have finally arrived at the point where we are interested in gathering together a set of photos, links, and observations related to our design interests. More specifically, it is our intention for this blog to document and explore the possibilities for our physical industrial heritage.
So here it is … the beginning [...]