Published: May 15, 2020
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By: Sylvia Salas, Cal Poly Pomona
Category: Art & Design
Hashtags: #constructedfiction #Interaction #LandscapeArchiteucture #PacificCrestTrail #representation
Explored the Southern California region and implemented a temporary hiking shelter along the Pacific Crest Trail of up to four people at a time. This particular shelter is located in the little hot springs Valley of Lassen’s peak called Bumpass Hell, 10 miles west from the Pacific Crest Trail.
Designed a landscape for the shelter Using the Pacific Crest Trail as an entourage
of “beautiful scenery,” and explored with scale and materials to make this landscape look dimensionally accurate and physically believable.