reInterpret deIndustrial Dominion Bridge
Bonnetta, Elizabeth M.
This project explores a reinterpretation process of a deindustrial site through landscape architecture. By using the industrial process to guide the formation of the landscape, spaces, and experiences, a semi-abandoned industrial site is transformed into a cultural park. The purpose of the project is to articulate the intriguing qualities of a deindustrial site and respond to them through a design process that is sensitive to the history and character of the site, while allowing contemporary uses and experiences to evolve.
landscape architecture, industrial landscapes, interpretive landscapes, design, postindustrial, deindustrial, Dominion Bridge, Winnipeg, Terrain Vague, Drosscapes, abandoned landscapes, derelict landscapes, cultural park, landscape photography, industrial infrastructure, industrial movement