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Resurfaced Past

My project seeks to address the Cincinnati Radiation Experiments through a landscape design that acknowledges the past history, alludes to the factors of the experiences, and creates a space for reflection with a memorial to the patients of the experiments at its core on UC’s Medical Campus. The research question proposed and investigated throughout the semester revolves around landscape perception and engagement as a way of encouraging connection and inquisition with an understanding of how this role is depicted in an urban environment setting. The idea is conveyed through the creation of slow spaces that promote user well-being and elevated environmental mutualistic benefits in a combination of techniques establishing a “legacy of place” in an effort to influence tactile engagement and an expression of emotions. 

MLA Capstone

Maddi Nuss

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