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KEEP OFF THE GRASS! Planar Landscape Phenomena

"The project was a temporary exhibit at the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI_Arc) installed in the school's gallery for an eight week period between December 12, 2003 and February 6, 2004. The ubiquitous lawn was the subject of this heuristic exercise about our cultural relationship to that thin plane of suburban carpet." says Griffin Enright Architects on KEEP OFF THE GRASS! Planar Landscape Phenomena.

By: Griffin Enright Architects

Architecture-Page | KEEP OFF THE GRASS! Planar Landscape Phenomena by Griffin Enright Architects
Decay of Installation.

Project Details

  • Project Name: Keep Off the Grass! Planar Landscape Phenomena
  • Client: Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc)
  • Project Type: Installation
  • Principal Designer/s: Margaret Griffin & John Enright; Project: Architect: Mathew Gillis
  • ProjectTeam: Alex Webb, Israel Aguilar, Scott Brady, Kirsten Moore, Brandon Bown, Geo Johnston, Melissa Matos, Alex Ameri, Greg Kay, Kathy Koriakin, Lauren Rosenbloom, Lili Dirks, Claudia Luqo, Catherine Polk, Bill Howard, Robert Cuellar, Antonio Perez, Neda Pourshakouri, Stacey Thomas, Cynthia Hu, Rita Haudenschild
  • Contractor/s: Bonura Construction
  • Location of site: Los Angeles, CA
  • Built-up Area: 1000 square feet
  • Cost of Construction/Execution: USD 6000

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