SITE Santa Fe - 2014 Biennial Pavilion Competition

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Santa Fe, NM
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2013
Hyphae's Waterscape design earned runner-up for SITE Santa Fe's Call for Architects and Designers. Waterscape is a unique commentary on Santa Fe's desert landscape and rail history. The design presents water as a precious and surprisingly structural element, challenging traditional ideas of water's place in the landscape. It speaks to the necessary changes we must make in the desert landscape, through creating a pavilion of shade and moisture that sharply contrasts the surrounding site.
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architecture
placemaking
shematic

SITE Santa Fe - 2014 Biennial Pavilion Competition

Location |
Santa Fe, NM
Client |
Designer |
Completion Date |
2013
Hyphae's Waterscape design earned runner-up for SITE Santa Fe's Call for Architects and Designers. Waterscape is a unique commentary on Santa Fe's desert landscape and rail history. The design presents water as a precious and surprisingly structural element, challenging traditional ideas of water's place in the landscape. It speaks to the necessary changes we must make in the desert landscape, through creating a pavilion of shade and moisture that sharply contrasts the surrounding site.
Tags |
architecture
placemaking
shematic

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placemaking
shematic

SITE Santa Fe - 2014 Biennial Pavilion Competition

Location |
Santa Fe, NM
Client |
Designer |
Completion Date |
2013
Hyphae's Waterscape design earned runner-up for SITE Santa Fe's Call for Architects and Designers. Waterscape is a unique commentary on Santa Fe's desert landscape and rail history. The design presents water as a precious and surprisingly structural element, challenging traditional ideas of water's place in the landscape. It speaks to the necessary changes we must make in the desert landscape, through creating a pavilion of shade and moisture that sharply contrasts the surrounding site.
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architecture
placemaking
shematic