ARCHITECT . NEW YORK . MELBOURNE
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FOOD + ARCHITECTURE - URBAN ECOLOGIES

THESIS PROJECT BY DESIGN

 

This thesis project explores the increasing disconnection between urbanism and agriculture. The project aims to connect everyday urban life with agricultural food production and culture.

Bridging the Jolimont Railyards in Melbourne the project reconnects the city to the landscape by dissolving the hard urban edge of the city grid into the landscaped banks of the Yarra River and Birrarung Marr Park through new hybrids of agricultural/architectural form.

By morphing varying agricultural and urban program with architecture, the project explores a new productive architecture in which habitable space  is placed in and amongst agricultural systems of food production to create environments that reveal the entire farm-to-table process to the city. 

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