The consequences of climate change over the next hundreds of years will see rain become more and more sporadic and temperatures rise, leaving the land to dry up and resemble the cracked skin of a desert.


Although rare and infrequent, these down pours will be extremely severe, opening a flood of water onto this aired region.


This new landscape resembles the cracked earth pattern, using each shape as a large vessel to collect and capture rainwater.

By rising the level of the new landscape above our already existing city infrastructure, a third space is revealed. Allowing for a new form of interaction and engagement within this future urban environment.