International Civil Rights Museum Streetscape Charette

International Civil Rights Museum Streetscape Charette

A rendering I did for a collaborative charette titled "Wrapping the Urban Surface" presented by designer Walter Hood focused on designing commemorative landscapes by addressing the surface of
the urban environment. Landscape architecture students from NCA&T and UC Berkeley worked together to design the streetscape around the International Civil Rights Museum in downtown Greensboro, NC.

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