Jing Huang

Jing Huang

Boston, MA, US


Cultivating a Synergistic Growing Site

This studio program is to study a new model of heritage landscape management. The goal of the
project was to expand the interpretation of the historic site beyond the house and grounds to include the neighboring biodynamic farm located on Martins van Buren’s historic farmland. Within this goal we also had to ensure the safe and convenient operation of the farm, maintenance of NPS standards, accommodate regional recreational uses, as well as being sustainable and beautiful.
As a response to the site investigation, we proposed to develop the greenway system, including a trail and bikeway to encourage farmland activities, and to enhance site connections. We also strengthened
connections between bodies of water in order to promote a more healthy water system.

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Status: School Project
Location: New York, NY, US
My Role: Individual Project
Additional Credits: My instructor: Ethan Carr