I spent a few weeks thinking about thematic bridges between architecture, apparel and new technologies.
In an imagined near future, physical design of public landscapes have all but disappeared. Virtual reality has replaced physical plants, lawns, and trees. Impacted by starkly economic reasoning, landscapes become plain pavement.
I anticipate fashion acts of rebellion against the impact of virtual reality. One person, dissatisfied with the pixel-perfect, have-it-my-way ubiquity of virtual reality parks, removes their glasses. Before wandering the city, she slips on her own physical greenery.