Creative Urban Entropy

Design for (In)Closure by ABF

The winner of the Urban Interventions competition to redesign 9 acres in Seattle Center is neither the expensive recreation hub nor the futuristic, multi-level, indoor-outdoor project. The jury, which included Rick Lowe (LF 2002), chose a low-tech accessible design–complete with urban forest–that spreads ownership and control and looks ahead to its own obsolescence. Clair Enlow (LF 2002), writing for Competitions, examines the 3 finalist entries and muses about the appeal of a design that is unlikely to stay put.

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One Response to Creative Urban Entropy

  1. JLM says:

    Project’s video here :

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