Daniel Blanc

Daniel Blanc

Brooklyn, NY, US


Institute for the Study of Human Impact

How can humans and species co-exist? How can architecture serve as a conjunction between the two? I sought to answer these questions through my design proposal. By focusing on 2 species that make their home in the garden, the Northern Cardinal and the Red-tailed Hawk, I began to investigate what constitute as habit; both species represents 2 groups of animals, ones that prefer to be closer to the ground and others preferring to be towards the canopy of trees. With these 2 concepts of habitat, my architecture sought to define how people species interact through proximity in not intrusive ways.

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Status: School Project