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Sigita Simona PapIauskaite
I see landscape architecture practice as a chance to sensitize and improve our culture of sharing urban and natural environments. The essential focus of my work lies in the marriage of different disciplines aimed at helping to mitigate environmental risks and increase life quality in cities. I believe that the boundaries of spatial design can and should be expanded through encouraged collaborations between architects, real estate developers, politicians, citizens, artists, scientists, and other actors aspiring to create healthy inspiring spaces.
THE HOUSE OF THUNDER
Architecture and cities have formed around events, rituals and their processions – solstice, agricultural milestones, religious and mythological practices, weddings and funerals, markets, folk song festivals, remembering the dead. The built environment is created around this desire to use the structure and its details for giving form to the collective experience.
Our goal was to create an event based on a local-culture-inspired ritual, where the physical structure becomes a part of the collective performance.
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