Student Project | A Fire-Scape | Hanna Prinssen

A Fire-Scape presents a new perspective on fire as a landscape component in the forests of North America. Climate change means that fire will become a more prominent feature of the landscape in the future. In view of this change, landscape architects have a major part to play in designing new resilient landscapes and preparing for a life with fire. Fire has always been a key component of the natural process in forests across North America. The Native Americans used to start fires deliberately. These controlled burns contributed to the openness of the landscape, making it easier for them to hunt and gather food. It was an ‘untouched’

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