{MAS} + Synthetiques Collaborate with William Marquez in Indianapolis Neighbourhood

{MAS} collaborated with Joshua Taron (Synthetiques) at the invitation of Wil Marquez to propose an urban agricultural park for the Indianapolis, Indiana.  The plan calls for integrating public transit, community gardens and recreational space into an abandoned right of way in the community of Devington.

Re:Connect Devington deploys cellular patterns and swarming structures into an abandoned railway corridor in Indianapolis to produce an urban agricultural park. Circulation, structure and program are distributed via a parametric cellular system and connected through swarming protocols.

Indianapolis, IN

Jason S. Johnson
Joshua M. Taron
Project Team:
Jodi James
Matthew Parker


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