Aeolis_Gap the Border: Landscape Architecture On Site, Oerol Festival 2018

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Abstract

Expected sea-level rise poses an increasing threat to Dutch coastal areas. Continuous
human interventions in these areas aim to prevent the lowlands from drowning.
This booklet shows the process and results of aeolis-gap the border developed during the elective course Landscape Architecture ON Site, offered by TU Delft MSc Landscape Architecture. As part of the research program related to coastal defence, the group developed an architectural intervention in the dune landscape to accelerate the growth of dunes.
The Wadden islands have been barrier islands for the Netherlands for hundreds of years but due to the rising sea level they are under great pressure. Therefore, the Oerol Festival at Terschelling is a great platform to experiment and understand this concept and interweaving it with art. Landscape, art and science come together in this project. The design process is based on experiences of the place, experiments, prototyping results of theoretical and landscape studies, workshops and brainstorm sessions.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherTU Delft, Landscape Architecture
Number of pages76
Publication statusPublished - 2018

Keywords

  • oerol
  • Design Exploration
  • Dune growth
  • curation
  • Landscape Architecture
  • Coastal Engineering

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