Ashley Bigham

Selected Projects 2001-2011

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Launch: Architecture and Entrepreneurialism

Air fields

Launch: Architecture and Entrepreneurialism

Time

Launch: Architecture and Entrepreneurialism

Scale

Launch: Architecture and Entrepreneurialism

View from cockpit

Launch: Architecture and Entrepreneurialism

Air range

Launch: Architecture and Entrepreneurialism

Air range

Launch: Architecture and Entrepreneurialism

Air range

Launch: Architecture and Entrepreneurialism

Scale comparison

Launch: Architecture and Entrepreneurialism

2012

with Erik Herrmann

critic Keller Easterling

The airport city must be rethought through careful and specific insertions of complimentary activities and program, engendered from a bottom-up, organic growth model rather than top-down masterplan implementation. This project is an opportunity to once again take a look at the complex dynamics of the airport landscape. Certainly, there are ample territories for development to be found in the vast and unique landscapes of the airport today. The scale of airports extends far beyond traditional typologies and limits of architectural space. They are infrastructural networks so extensive they are more often described as landscapes than spaces.

This proposal involves two unique captive elements in the airport landscape: LAND and PEOPLE.


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