Collaboration with Shadi Nazarian

A proposal for the “Peace Garden International Design Competition”, questioning the possibility of a meaningful representation of peace on a site surrounded by military installations at the dawn of the 21st century, a moment defined by a state of perpetual political tension and unrest.
Scope:  Competition entry, architectural design drawings, and models.
Site:  Haines Point in Potomac Park, Washington, D.C.,
Construction foot print:  160,000 SF

Awarded "Special Prize of Merit for Conceptual Design", in "Peace Garden International Design Competition"
Joint Winner in the “Landscapes for the 21st Century” competition by the American Society of Landscape Architects