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Student name: 
Sophie Pawlak
Amanda Gaudette
Discipline: 
Landscape Architecture
Level: 
Bachelor 3
Instructor(s): 
Halina Steiner
Parker Sutton
Course: 
LARCH 3940: Design Studio IV: Ecology and Planning
Term: 
Autumn 2018
Description: 

Standing out from the industrial and urban fabric of downtown Cleveland, Riverside Wriggle is a bright and playful experience for fish and people alike. A wormlike form rises from the depths of the Cuyahoga River and breaches land while taking on a number of dynamic forms that guide visitors through the site, from the microcosm of the gridded cityscape to the meandering footpaths of the forest, allowing humans to interact with the same module form that the fish do. This fun, interactive, and at times strange park invites people and fish of all ages to join in on the fun

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