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PERSPECTIVES In this design, landscape was positioned as both a key producer and as an instrument of education. The design had to contend with a number of existing site conditions and budgetary limitations.

“SHENYANG ARCHITECTURAL UNIVERSITY CAMPUS� BY TURENSCAPE

landscape productive while also fulfilling its new role as an environment for learning.

The new site for the proposed campus was originally a rice field. The soil quality was good and a viable agricultural irrigation system was still in place.

The design seeks to raise awareness of the land and farming among college students who are largely leaving the land to become city dwellers. The design further seeks to demonstrate how productive agricultural landscaping can be, through careful design, management, and attention to usable space.

Owner/Client: Shenyang Architectural University Award/Prize: 2005 ASLA Honor Award of Design (The American Society of Landscape Architecture)

AADRL PROTODESIGN V.2

The final design seeks to use rice, native plants and crops to keep the

PROJECT INFORMATION

mycoFARMX

Yet overall, the project faced the challenges of a small budget, and a demanding timeline, whereby the university required the design to be developed and implemented within one year.

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mycoFARMX_Living Architecture  

mycoFARMX IS A PROPOSAL FOR A PROTOTYPE OF A SEASONAL RECREATION AND MYCOPARK IN KUNMING, THE CAPITAL OF YUNNAN IN SOUTHERN CHINA. PRESENTLY...

mycoFARMX_Living Architecture  

mycoFARMX IS A PROPOSAL FOR A PROTOTYPE OF A SEASONAL RECREATION AND MYCOPARK IN KUNMING, THE CAPITAL OF YUNNAN IN SOUTHERN CHINA. PRESENTLY...

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