Critique Nurhan and Melanie in discussion
Habitat Adhya and Chelaidite's Team T-Pad
Critique In discussion with Aaron Blendowski's team
Critique T-Pad explanations
Critique Nurhan and Melanie hands-on with T-Pad
Presentation Aaron Jones' team proof-of-concept
Presentation Aaron Jones' team - integrated habitat
Presentation Ross Hoekstra's team - final habitat
Presentation Cactus-hummingbird habitat proposal
Presentation Irsida Bejo's team - petro-crab-grass habitat
Presentation T-Pad habitat
Presentation Blendowski's fungi-spider habitat
Ecotarium Adhya and Chelaidite's Team proof-of-concept
Ecotarium grid assembly
Ecotarium Hoekstra - final model section
Ecotarium Model assembly
Ecotarium Blendowski sectional model
Ecotarium Adhya and Chelaidite's final model
Ecotarium Hoekstra final model
Ecotarium Wes Taylor's tuna-soy habitat and transect
Ecotarium Model assembly
Ecotarium Competed model

Our goal is to create and program an Ecotarium that makes a true spectacle of ecology. Making ecologies visible in design technology and practice is vastly significant. We do this by tracing the paths of nature. Our Ecotarium should cultivate investigations within the forms of nature to retrieve the wisdom in mosaics, connectivity, biodiversity, patches, matrices and etc. The first signal of humanist intent is our complex ensemble of design. Any well designed edifice demands a supposition of possibilities and interpretations. Green design seeks a genius loci revealed in both the struggle and the fellowship of numerous augmented assemblies. This Ecotarium must qualify and disseminate such practices. Qualified by techno-scientific methods and routines, it is vital to admit that the practice of green architecture is still at length a craft.

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