emerging technologies, coral reefs, South China Sea, ecological sustainability, conflict
Every life is important and fragile, but what human being has done for centuries are destroying the balance between human and nature, threatening the future of every life on the Earth. Nowadays, waters are going out of control, while climates are changing dramatically, international boundaries are thickening, and regional human conflicts are tensing. New architectural forms are needed in order to restore the wounded nature, reconcile the political contests, and restructure the relation between human and non-human. We are designing architecture as an initiative to solve those problems, starting from one site and one marine creature, then extending ecologically, socially, and culturally.
Zheng, Ruxuan and Liu, Shengwei, "Beyond the Border: On the Contested Island" (2020). Architecture Thesis Prep. 397.
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