Congratulations to SEAS Landscape Architecture students Esther Chiang, Yunfan Zhou, and Chen Zuo. They have been named finalists in the Young Architect's Observation Cabin Competition, hosted by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF,) for their entry, The Fold - The Changeable Location of Observation Points.
"As we gradually realize that our future mother nature lies in vagueness and uncertainty, the urgency to protect our land is more understood than ever. How we leave traces on the landscape by manipulating has a meaning more than its picturesque entity. In our project, we propose a functional perspective that includes not only its form but how its flexibility serves humbly for the sake of observation, protection and obscurity."
The team's entry will be posted in the Dana Building in the coming days.
More information about the competition can be found here: