Landscape Representation & Design

As part of the inaugural SAGE Short Course on Coastal Adaptation and Resiliency, I and a team of graduate students proposed an adaptation plan for an underused park in Boston’s Dorchester Bay. Optimal use of Squantum Park is precluded by a rusted and degrading seawall, insufficient support infrastructure for families like bathrooms and bike racks, and poor ferry access. In addition to modifications that would enhance park use and rehabilitate an eroded beach through green infrastructure, we proposed using the adjacent parking lot as an emergency staging area for flood response. I was in charge of renderings and proposals for the project; a sample of those renderings are seen below.

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