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  • subnature
    brooklyn NEW YORK

    [JURY SELECTION]

    Pratt Institute
    critics: michael CHEN & jason LEE

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    carla LORES + michael YARINSKY: New York City’s Watershed is a site in crisis. Not only is there a larger demand for water due to the growth of the population, but due to further suburban development in upland areas, water catchment sites are not as hygienic as once thought. Within the Croton Watershed lies Carmel. This suburban town in Putnam County has large basins for water catchment integrated into a developed suburban community. The distributed system currently in place for the dispersal of sewage, though, has a very high risk of contaminating the watershed.

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