At the end of the month, the state of New Jersey plans to demolish a site-specific artwork, Green Acres, by the artist Athena Tacha. The piece, which is 77 feet by 85 feet and was completed in 1985, occupies a courtyard at the state’s Department of Environmental Protection. The Cultural Landscape Foundation calls it an important example of “site-specific architectural sculpture” and  is on the case to save it.

At the end of the month, the state of New Jersey plans to demolish a site-specific artwork, Green Acres, by the artist Athena Tacha. The piece, which is 77 feet by 85 feet and was completed in 1985, occupies a courtyard at the state’s Department of Environmental Protection. The Cultural Landscape Foundation calls it an important example of “site-specific architectural sculpture” and is on the case to save it.

The result, which can be seen in the aerial view, is a dynamic synchronization of permeable-impermeable, new-old, constructed-void space that provides different experiences for pedestrian users of the site.

The result, which can be seen in the aerial view, is a dynamic synchronization of permeable-impermeable, new-old, constructed-void space that provides different experiences for pedestrian users of the site.

conceptLANDSCAPE - ▇  #Home  #Landscape #Design via Christina Khandan, Irvine California ༺ ℭƘ ༻ IrvineHomeBlog

conceptLANDSCAPE - ▇ #Home #Landscape #Design via Christina Khandan, Irvine California ༺ ℭƘ ༻ IrvineHomeBlog

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