This permanent land arts installation rehabilitates a marginalized strip of land straddling the neighborhoods of Allston and Brighton
in Boston. A site study revealed a structured pattern of circulation, relating to the city’s grid, which was repeated throughout the
site. Simple architectural elements were added and placed to imply long obscured pathways, entrances and exits of an imaginary
baroque garden ruin.
Medium: Weathering steel and hybrid urban meadow
Dimensions: 5m x 300m x 25m
Site: Allston, Massachusetts
Client(s): The City of Boston Department of Neighborhood Development