“There is a pleasure in the pathless woods,
There is a rapture on the lonely shore,
There is society, where none intrudes,
By the deep sea, and music in its roar:
I love not man the less, but Nature more”
― Lord Byron
Do you remember where you belong? Do you remember you are a part of the system?
Do you remember what system it is? Do you remember how that system works?
The project is trying to bring together nature and wilderness and reconnect it with people – to remind people that we are a part of it, that it is not anything to be afraid of, and most of all, to help them understand it.
With understanding comes respect, and respect is key to preserving our natural and local habitat.
The main idea is to reconnect people and the man-made world with their original world, which we seem to sometimes forget about – nature.
Because the project is based in Brighton, UK, the project is trying to bring local nature and habitats to people living in the city, to make them aware of the uniqueness and beauty of them. Thus, the project offers visitors the opportunity to experience nature directly, by re-creating a few of the most unique habitats found in the Sussex area on the site and via facilities and technology that run there – virtual reality, exhibitions, etc. That is why the main part of the project is a ramp which allows people to take an open air walk through the most beautiful natural treasures found in Sussex.
The finalised idea, wrapped together in a series of drawings showing that everything belongs to the same system.