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Michael Leighton Beaman holds "Landforming" workshop at Harvard University


Using google satellite imagery,  image processing algorithms, and parametric modeling software the Landforming workshop held at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design examines how observational modes of data collection and projective methods of surface modelling can be combined to generate speculative landformations rooted in topological ontologies of landscape. The workshop is part of a newly formed undergraduate concentration in architecture at Harvard University between the VES + GSD.

Work by Linda Song