These drawings are based on a 190 acre site east of San Francisco designed to encourage waterfront access for the citizens of Albany. The waters edge was originally comprised of dunes and grazing areas for early inhabitants, but began to serve more industrial purposes in the the 20th century.
Until 1983, the bulb was a landfill for construction waste. The bulb has since acquired a fully grown landscape, a healthy artist community that reuses the wide assortment of found material, and a handful of advanced windsurfers who all enjoy the panoramic views of the bay.
My designs explore vegetation density and how this can shape circulation on site. I aim to promote ecological observation and the pursuit of relaxation outside in a space with a very broad environmental history.