The building is both a large water quality transformation agent through its carved island and an environmental museum inside its building complex. The design uses parametric and GIS technology to map existing conditions of the site such as f flooding and water pollution and seeks to provide a space that both teaches on water preservation and actively cleans, stores and reuses this resource.
Time: Fall 2019 | Team: Individual
Diagrams using parametric tools were developed to map climate information such as flooding and erosion.
3D printed samples study responsive roof configuration and rainwater collection systems.