suckerPUNCH: describe your project.
dean DYSON: ‘The Renaissance Tower, Trieste’ recognises that in a world where natural resources are being stretched to the limits of human consumption the value of food and water becomes ever more important in world sustainability. In order to create ecological change first we must change. The proposal aims to suggest alternative methods for producing, experiencing and understanding agricultural industry combined through an array of innovative and alternative methods and processes. Through transformative and adaptive design, an industrial dockland wasteland is rehabilitated into a living, working landscape capable of reinventing and providing for a forgotten city.