Practice, Research, Teaching


The project engages landscape and infrastructure in the Boston Washington corridor to demonstrate how architectural strategies could be deployed concurrently for temporal occupation and remediation of industrial wasteland. A number of process based strategies were formulated that could transform these sites at a variety of scales and conditions within an overall strategy that projected the future of the rail infrastructure as a hybrid transportation bioswale - hence integrating transportation infrastructure with a robust remediatory ecological corridor. The strategies are played out as a sample case on the site of the former Military Operation Terminal in Bayonne, New Jersey.