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Sa(l)vaging the Forest

Part 2 Project 2018
Feifei Zhou
Royal College of Art, UK
Can we preserve nature by savaging it?
On a once relentlessly destroyed landscape in Southwest China, Matsutake mushroom emerged. Although, as one of the world’s most valuable mushrooms, Matsutake only grow in disturbed landscapes. Footprints, logging activities, grazing of animals... Such disturbances created a spectacular scene of collaborative survival between human and non-human.
The project aims use architecture in the form of disturbance as a productive principle of ecological preservation.

Feifei Zhou

Tutor(s)
Alon Schwabe
2018
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