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THEATRE GROUP RETREAT

THEATRE GROUP RETREAT

For thirteen years, the guiding ethic of ongoing improvements to this lakefront site in Maine has been to right historical imbalances of neglect and impropriety: erosion, decreased water quality, deforestation, and soil compaction. By improving ecological processes, the project sought to enhance the landscape program for the client, a New York City-based theater group. The initial masterplan identified a set of short- and long-term objectives which have been implemented through a series of small projects over time. These insertions have adapted to evolving programmatic agenda and the site’s successional realities and are embedded in a specific sculptural aesthetic that structures pedestrian movement and gathering.

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THEATRE GROUP RETREAT

For thirteen years, the guiding ethic of ongoing improvements to this lakefront site in Maine has been to right historical imbalances of neglect and impropriety: erosion, decreased water quality, deforestation, and soil compaction. By improving ecological processes, the project sought to enhance the landscape program for the client, a New York City-based theater group. The initial masterplan identified a set of short- and long-term objectives which have been implemented through a series of small projects over time. These insertions have adapted to evolving programmatic agenda and the site’s successional realities and are embedded in a specific sculptural aesthetic that structures pedestrian movement and gathering.

THEATRE GROUP RETREAT
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