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  • PHOTODOTES: LIGHT GARDEN

    Can structure and landscape occupy equally space? Is the border between them blurred? Junya Ishigami has addressed these questions through a series of installations. Many other architects have also discussed similar issues regarding the famous “nature-structure couple” theoretically and in-practice. At the same time, schools like Harvard Graduate School of Design, have lately emphasized landscape [...]

  • On Art, Science, Nature and Architecture: Experiments at MassArt

    The Garden Lab and MassArt organize tomorrow Wednesday a workshop that explores the intersection of art, light, nature, and architecture. Throughout this intense session, participants will be making a hybrid structure consisting of plants, fiberoptics, and light through the method of hydroponics. Could this experimentation aim towards evolving, ever-changing structures? Or eve edible architecture? Garden [...]