“Architecture and war are not incompatible. Architecture is war. War is architecture. I am at war with my time, with history, with all authority that resides in fixed and frightened forms.”
Garden Sanctuary 'Riffle 2.0' is a proposal for a fish and public sanctuary as well as an ecological research centre in Canberra. The scheme is to be situated on the lake edge of Lake Burley Griffin, across from Nerang Pool. The portfolio of sections display design explorations in section of the 'key' moments within our building design.
Fish Acclimatisation, wade pools and entry
Recreational Fishing Jetty
The 'Bounded' assessment called for the an architectural proposal based on our investigations throughout the semester. ‘Riffle’ is a proposal for ADS 9 which functioned as a recreational fishing jetty and an ecological freshwater native fish sanctuary. The project is situated across Nerang Pool and Lake Burley Griffin.
Site Context Analysis
Lake Burley Griffin Outlook
Sectional Perspective illustrating the multiple key moments within the 'Riffle' proposal
From identifying prominent excesses within our chosen city (Canberra), we presented the architecturalisation of transportation within that city.