DIANA FERNANDEZ BIBEAU

Senior Associate  // Sasaki
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Lecture Title
Heterogeneous Futures: Design Thinking Alternatives of Anthropologically & Ecologically Diverse Landscapes
Description

Heterogeneous Futures is at the nexus of anthropological and ecological biodiversity as a means for creating a more resilient public realm. The work exposes the interconnected relationship between difference in the ecology of the environment, and the social, cultural, and linguistic spatial mechanisms, to imagine and create public spaces that embrace a palimpsest of histories as well as spatial constructs that embrace heterogeneity as a landscape process.