A Space for Ecological Learning
This is an examination of spaces that engage with ecology to incite curiosity. A composite structure forms the framework to hold bodies that interact and rest. Intersecting planes create thresholds as they slide past or into each other. The proximity of walls guides movement or offers a new perspective. Carved voids containing fragments of ecology: the local park, the river and the freshwater wetland; are embedded, creating a simultaneity within. Bringing forth an architecture where a consistent structure gives birth to oscillating spaces and moments. Spaces that are at once the same and the other.