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Wild urbanism is a way to step out of the city yet get closer to it.

都市を野生化するとは、都市から出ることでありながら、都市に近づくことなんだ。

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Lmx8dwk34U

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Make an abrupt edge

Charles Renfro

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Wild urbanism makes a raw interface between buildings and landscape. Nature makes an abrupt edge with the city.
都市の野生化とは、建築とランドスケープの境界面を野生化することです。自然の辺縁が都市のなかに突然出現するようにです。

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Wild urbanism is a park for the people. It's also a park for the plants. Plants and people have equal status.

野生の都市は人のための場所であり、草木のための場所でもあるのよ。そこでは草木と人間が対等に扱われる。

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Framing the city

Liz Diller

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The sunken overlook is a very strong gesture, not only setting up a consensual space of observation and performance, but also it frames something that is normally thought of as extremely banal.

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Why not dive down

Ric Scofidio

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Initially DOT department of transportation wanted us to put 8-foot high fences at every street crossing. And so we thought well why not dive down so that you're way below the railway height but also o

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When it [the elevated railway] crossed an avenue, it was just too juicy a moment to not remove some steel and make a sunken overlook.

高架が大通りと交差するところに来たら、あまりにも「おいしい」景色だったので、線路を切って、ちょっと下がって眺める場所を作らないのは

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It was really important for us to keep it simple and kind of allow the structure itself to survive and breathe and be understood.

心がけたことは、必要以上に手を加えず、構造体そのものが生き長らえ、呼吸し、その存在をわかってもらえるようにすることでした。

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