> House on Limekiln Line
> Limekiln Grid
> Nathan Phillips Square
> Dublin Grounds of Remembrance
> Peripheral Sitings
> Topophilia
> Clouds, Vortices & Plumes
> Exothermic Landscape
> Drawing Energy 1
> Drawing Energy 2
> Drawing Energy 3
> Fill, Flow, Track on the Isle of Rum
> Digital Ecologies: Contamination

> Retooling Cockenzie Power Station
> Streamlining Models
> Ontological Models


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Digital Ecologies: Contamination | Third Year Design Studio, University of Edinburgh | 2014
Lead Tutor: Pierre Forissier
This studio explored the dynamic between digital registration of environmental (Big) data remotely and physical registration of environmental (small) data on site. Students designed remediative landscapes in Dalgety Bay, Scotland, a site contaminated by radioactive material washed ashore from WWII aircraft instrument panels buried at sea. A series of analog, digital and hybrid models merged big data/small data sensibilities, treating the site as a vast, calibrated remediative machine.
Credits: Images 1-3: James Ness, Peter White, Jamie Wilson | Images 4-6: Levent Ozruh | Images 7-9: James Duffied, Jake Warrington, Jack Sneddon