Ecosystem in a constant process of transformation transiton
Medium: Wood Bark+ Stainless still Wire+ Starbucks Napkin
Medium: wood bark + dried bamboo
Materials: Concrete + natural Stone + Galvanized Steel Wire + Natural Dried Flowers.
Medium: Natural Stone Titanite + Tree Bark with Moss + Natural Dried Flower.
Natural Stone Titanite + Tree Bark with Moss + Natural Dried Flower.
Eco-Sculpture Park and Art Musem
Eco-sculpture park and Museum operates as a ’’Medium’’ and allows existing landscapes, and marshlands at the waterfront to heal over time.
Eco-sculpture by providing raised art platforms provides space for artists to intervene and reinterpret what climate, sea-level rise, and environment mean to them. In the Museum the openings are chosen as a form of language to make visitors focus on the certain views throughout the mastic beach where they can observe ecosystems’ slow movement and flourishment.
Climate and Energy Pavilion
Located at Brant Park, midtown Manhattan, Climate Pavilion accommodates public gatherings and social engagements. Roofs covered with Solar photovoltaic panels generate clean energy that helps to avoid 34,160 Co2 emissions per year.