Natural urbanism

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2007-05

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Natural urbanism is the creation of habitable space for humans that allows for the preservation, conservation, and advancement of the existing natural setting around that created space. Vegetation can be used to create and define spaces, or it can be completely ignored or disposed of. In this project I have chosen to explore the former option, as the spacial implications of vegetation are endless, and all too often we overlook that fact and call in the bulldozers.

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Architecture, Plants in architecture, Sustainable architecture, Multipurpose buildings -- Design., Washington (D.C.).

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