This underground space will connect Tech Lawn and the site across through an eight-loop circulation system divided with a semi-transparent mirror into two paths: clockwise and counterclockwise circulation. Through a series of ground inscriptions and glass markers, the user will acknowledge and remember the racist history at the micro and macro scale (urban policy in Atlanta vs. US police brutality). Likewise, present time is manifested through a series of skylights and semi-transparent mirrors that bring light and air into the underground public space. The combination of natural elements and markers allow the user to have a present conscious recollection of the past.

280,000 SF
Atlanta, GA
Frederick Pearsall

FALL 2020