Spring 2010 Hideo Sasaki Foundation Distinguished Visiting Critics
The Boston Architectural College was pleased to welcome Stoss Landscape Urbanism as the Spring 2010 Hideo Sasaki Foundation Distinguished Visiting Critics. Stoss Landscape Urbanism fosters collaboration and integration across the fields of landscape architecture, urban design and planning. In their work, Stoss transforms the landscape by entering into a dialogue with it.
The studio, titled Ecological Infrastructures: Re-Connecting the North American Wilderness, taught our students to explore how to hybridize ecological, infrastructural, and urbanistic agendas in the creation of wildlife crossings that bridge the territories between Interstate 70 and a proposed light rail line between Denver and Vail, Colorado.