In the first PRS, I explored how my practice of wild gardening has been influencing my approach to architecture as habitats for people and plants to thrive. One project, where the practice of Gilles Clement’s Garden in Movement concept is embedded, appeared to embody a key shift in the themes running through the work.
I will be zooming on this case study with the aims of making explicit what the themes are and defining how they relate to each other. The question of architectural language, which had not been addressed so far, will also be discussed around the subjects of ambiguity and gaps.
My communities of practice and the supporting role of property development will also be considered.