<aside> 📐 Including, but not limited to, the fields of Landscape Architecture, Planning, GIS, and Urban Resilience


Something I'm interested in learning more about is:

how study of the original landscape can inform the design of the built environment, which in turn, can weave tighter communities and harmonize human life in the ecosystem.

I've noticed that in particular, I'm drawn to solutions that fall back on natural and analog technology, remastered to fit the 21st century.

Previously, that included things like reinvesting in public transportation. But with COVID-19 pushing cities to increase distance between citizens, how will ridership and civic life be affected?


Further Reading

Infrastructure - Intersectional Environmentalist

Infrastructure Archives - 99% Invisible