Infrastructure/Utilities in the Landscape
We relate to infrastructure like we do to our bodies – we want efficient flow of energy and materials but we don’t want to see feeding lines. Same with utilities – they people can't survive without them but prefer not to see their impact on the environment. We respect the need for aesthetically blending of infrastructure lines in the landscape but also emphasis the clarity and safety for its users.
When involved in solving conflicts between infrastructure and the landscape (or cityscape) our approach is bold yet simple. The human scale and comfort should guy the solution with simplicity and beauty while retaining natural appearance to be as close as possible to its predevelopment state. We are not afraid to use any reasonable design mean to make people live in peace with utilities.
Sample projects from the past include:
Guidelines development of landscape development for roundabouts in highways
Scenic Guard Rails – systematic guide to determination of usage
Draft paper on usage of art work (sculpture) in highways