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'It is a really fundamental question how architecture is different from nature, or how architecture could be part of nature, or how they could be merged... what are the boundaries between nature and artificial things'. This structure has focused on alternative ways of constructing both domestic and public spaces, blurring the boundaries between spaces, connecting spaces and forms in new and remarkable ways. Continuing these investigations, the project was based on the concept that geometry and constructed forms could meld with the natural and the human. Its translucent form, at once organic and geometric, presents a sensitive response to the site and its surroundings that suspends visitors in a space between the built and the natural. I propose an architectural landscape: a transparent terrain that encourages people to interact with and explore the site in diverse ways. Within the pastoral context of Gardens, I envisage the vivid greenery of the surrounding plant life woven together with a constructed geometry. A new form of environment will be created, where the natural and the man-made merge; not solely architectural nor solely natural, but a unique meeting of the two.