Post-Anthropocentric Park aims at designing a space for humans to coexist with insects, birds, and endangered species in the post-carbon world. Nowadays, the population and the number of urban areas are increasing too, which is reducing wildlife because they do not have any areas to go. The project incorporates design choices that benefit multiple species simultaneously, with a focus on using the building facade and camouflage as primary strategies. The goal is to create a space that promotes cohabitation between humans and wildlife, rather than domestication or zoos. The project also integrates features that cater to the unique needs of various species, such as nesting sites for birds and habitats for insects, to increase pollination. Each strategy benefits both humans and wildlife. By prioritizing the coexistence of multiple species, the resulting design creates a harmonious and inclusive environment that benefits both humans and wildlife.
Instructor: Anthony Fontenot
Software: Rhinoceros, Grasshopper, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign