The Florida


Capturing the Phenomenological 

Design V

The natural landscape and terrain serves as site for spatial inquiry.  The development of the project starts in  a rigorous  study of the perceptual,     physical,  physiological, and phenomenological aspects that shape the natural world.  The inherent complexities of the natural landscape become foundations for the act of making architecture.  The temporal aspects of the site focus  the project.  Vegetation, wildlife, and  the   ecosystem are evaluated and translated into an architectural system.  

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