degree project BY william e. gardner iii, b.l.ARCH, Spring 2018
Given the high occurrence of park spaces in Boston, there is a surprising low accessibility to connect with nature. As a way to establish connection and educate users on natural systems occurring in the region, this design offers opportunities to interact with nature, experiment and understand the role of water in an ecosystem, and enhance strategic and spatial awareness.
THESIS BY saket b patel, M.l.ARCH, FALL 2018
As water levels fluctuate, waterfront edges of urban spaces require intentional design. This project provides a solution to urban water-land-slum edges, and seeks to resolve a typology designed to cultivate a vibrant and diverse neighborhoods.
THESIS BY chein-yu lin, M.l.ARCH, FALL 2018
With the growing concern of climate change, this project seeks to address viable solutions to the Urban Heat Island effect. Through parametric design, the design creates a typology to help reduce UHI as urban development continues to threaten the environment, of which can be used and applied to other relevant professions.