Buffalo, like many small cities across the United States, has been left to its own devices and as a result has slowly spiraled downwards in terms of community, economy and more; Terrains Vagues by David Lage, an architect based in Dumbo, New York, is a think-tank project that hopes to change all of that.
Working with artists in the Department of Visual Studies at the University of Buffalo and urban farming organizations, Terrains Vagues by David Lage has resulted in a promising plan to revitalize the city through public garden installations. While these gardens will help to rebuild the local community, additional art structures will attract tourists, which in turn will help small businesses in the area.
Promoting support and sustainability, Terrains Vagues by David Lage will begin building these installations next spring.
City-Revitalizing Garden Installations
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Body Module Cinemas
Elegant Tree-Framed Conservatories
Bamboo Billboard Gardens
Urban Dumpster Gardening