IMG_5503-SMALL thumbnail
IMG_6545-SMALL thumbnail
IMG_8086-SMALL thumbnail
Swiss landscape is divided in three main regions, The Jura is a hilly and average altitude area, the plateau is the densest area and it is flat and slightly hilly. Agriculture and forest make it a very green zone where urbanization is more important every day. The third zone is the Alpine zone. This zone is of very low urbanization due to its topography.
Our research is focused on the plateau as it is the most built and sprawled zone. A wide range of vegetables and cereals are cultivated and stand next to small scale forest, giving an impression of a very green zone. This is of importance for the collective mental image of the country as it is perceived as an agricultural and green country and absolutely not as a built and infrastructured area.

Comments are closed.