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Eliana Ramirez, MLA+U '23


ARCH 541B: Landscape Architecture Design

Gallery: Re-wilding MacArthur Park

Instructor: Takako Tajima

MacArthur Park is a hidden urban fishing spot. The project emphasizes the best of fishing culture and the best of idealistic parks. The two bodies of water feed each other creating a feedback loop, and the water clean on both sides at all times. The southern half is “wild” connecting to a more realistic fishing experience and the norther half is the idealized park and swimming experience.


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