Abstract: The project proposes an Earth-cut for the crossing. It represents a very real scar. The building, if any, is buried – invisible. The power of the project is garnered by a submersion into the Earth rather than the occupation of an actual built form. The architecture, therefor, is absent. Also absent is any aesthetic that can identify a nationality. The program, in this light, almost becomes seen as a liturgy for place rather than a governmental policy.
Urban Design & Architecture Design Awards 2018
Third Award | Category: Transportation
Architects: Mark Harris
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|Program Type||Bridge, Bus Station, Airport|
|Year||Conceptualization in the year|