Anne Carrier was in charge of urban planning and landscape project for CCNQ – Séquence 180.
Located at Bégin Avenue Lévis, Quebec, Canada, the project intended to create a flexible urban landscape with sculptural interventions.
The firm proposed wavy segments as the concept of sculptural interventions. They were inspired by the mineral strata of the cliffs and banks drawn by the movements of the river.
The site’s morphology helped the architecture firm in integrating it with flexibility while emphasizing the characteristics of the landscape.
The variable modulation and assembly of the proposed segments were defined by the landscape as well as human and urban vectors specific to each site. In other words, the firm took advantage of what the site is offered, such as flora, fauna, topography, winds, tides, activities, light, views, etc.
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