Reclaiming agrarian sandscapes is a Landscape Urbanism project by Rimjhim Chauhan, Sun Tao and Majedeh Sayyedi. The project explore Lanzarote island and the landscape produced by the rising tourism industry and the abandonment of the former agrarian landscape. Through the understanding of the local conditions ( physical, social and economic aspects) the students produced a landscape that benefit inhabitants using local agrarian techniques and the booming agro-torusim industry. It produces a design territorial intervention that can work as an island policy to manage productive land.
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