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PARK(ing) landscape LAndscApe Architecture

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INST IGN STUDIO BROUGHT ATTENTION TO THE ASPHALT PARKING SPACE.


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LA D WHETHER SINGULAR OR IN LARGE NUMBERS, ARE
THERE BETTER USES FOR THIS IMPORTANT ZONE AND
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HOW DOES THE PARKING SPACE IMPACT OUR LIVES?
3 WHAT CAN AND WHAT SHOULD THIS RECONFIGURED
SPACE BE? FOR ONE DAY EACH YEAR, IDEAS ARE
SHOWN, TEMPORARY ALTERNATIVES ARE EXHIBITED,
GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE PERFORMANCE LAB
WWW.GIPL.LAND AND THEIR PLAYFULNESS CREATES AWARENESS.

connectTHE GEOMETRIC GRID PATTERN OF URBAN BLOCK & STREET


DEVELOPMENT (BROWN WOOD) HAS ALTERED THE FLOW OF
NATURAL SYSTEMS IN CANADIAN CITIES AND ELSEWHERE SUCH
AS THE RIVERS, FORESTS AND FARMLANDS (MOSS). NEW
STRATEGIES IN DESIGN AND PLANNING BRING BACK THESE LOST
RELATIONSHIPS AND CREATE NEW OPPORTUNITIES FOR
COMMUNITIES TO CONNECT TO THEIR LANDSCAPE (REBAR POLES).

INTERCONNECTED LANDSCAPES OF PEOPLE AND NATURE AND


ECONOMY CREATE SUSTAINABLE SYSTEMS WHICH ALL BENEFIT
FROM (BROWN TWINE). WITH GOOD DESIGN AND PLANNING, WE
CREATE A MUTUALLY SUPPORTIVE NETWORK OF BENEFICIAL
INTERRELATIONSHIPS AND WELLBEING FOR PEOPLE + NATURE.

GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE PERFORMANCE LAB

WWW.GIPL.LAND

These installations temporarily expand the public


realm and improves the quality of human habitat.