Keith Scheideler

Bachelor of Architecture

A common occurrence in the human occupied landscape is the existence of dead zones, wastelands, and unbuildable terrain.  These unproductive landscapes, which often house essential delicate ecosystems, are viewed as useless and become a dumping ground for pollutants and waste. My Project My goal is to utilize a light system of infrastructural framework that is able to respond to the issues plaguing a specific site without over-developing the area it seeks to recreate.  Within this framework I hope to revitalize a public interest in the damaged ecosystem, an interaction attempting to meld Scientific Intervention with Public Occupation.