Occupy Space Unit (OSU)-Fall 2019
1st year studio, coordinated by Rennie Tang and Nina Briggs
Landscape Architecture Department
College of Enviromental Design
Cal Poly Pomona, CA
Occupied Spatial Unit (OSU) is an abstract spatial construction that can be occupied
and/or activated by people moving through it or pausing within it. Its purpose is to
invite people to experience the landscape in different, perhaps even unexpected or
surprising ways, using COLOR in specific ways as driven by site analysis conclusions.
During this phase of the project students will be constructing their OSU on site.