Three graduate landscape architecture teams from TJ Marston‘s Spring Graduate Design 4 Studio were selected to be featured by Midstory, Toledo’s media think-hub, this summer. The students will produce a video presentation of their innovative proposals for Toledo’s Warehouse District. Their work will be featured on Midstory’s website and at the citywide summer gala titled “A City in Transit” at the Downtown Train Station on August 3rd.
“Midstory is dedicated to retain, cultivate, and attract youth and the public from disparate segments of post-industrial cities—beginning in the city of Toledo, Ohio—by interweaving stories of science, art, and culture. Our Vision is to have a powerful midstory in the nation, curating a voice for postindustrial communities—toward renewed sociocultural capital in the Midwest.” – Midstory’s Mission
The three teams selected had a range of ideas such as deploying tactical urbanism through experience themed loops, creating a new productive urban waterfront along Swan Creek, and developing urban agro-tourism in downtown Toledo.
Below is a snippet of the student team submissions: