Through the use of townscaping elements, the design creates a new urban living room for a downtown on the cusp of regeneration.
The environmental education center is conceived as an exhibit landscape that curates visitors’ passage through unique ecological facilities, landscapes, and architectural structures.
This project is an ecotone improvement for the West Side Wastewater Treatment Plant and adjacent Woolsey Wet Prairie Sanctuary, a heritage Ozark preserve.
Flyover gardens are a new hybrid that integrates highway infrastructure and landscape while restoring the urban surface for pedestrian market activity.
Instead of new construction, the proposal unearths 13th century cellars and utilizes incremental developments to reunite disjointed functions within the square.
Identifiable arboreal spatial arrangements like allées, bosques, hammocks, and groves form outdoor rooms to create a living educational center at Little Rock's Two Rivers Park.