Assistant Professor Michelle Laboy’s recent article, “On Ground water: Invisible Architectural Environments,” was recently published in the Journal of Architectural Education.
In it, she discusses her design research examining humanity’s effects on the typically unconsidered subsurface extents of the environment. The article includes her installations in Boston, among other case studies around the world. Her project entitled “LightWell,” is featured. This Interactive sidewalk well caps, designed for the Boston Groundwater Trust, made the processes of water in daily urban life visible and serves as public art as well.
Read the article here: On-Groundwater-Invisible-Architectural-Environments