Gautham Chandar C R


Connecting the Dots

Forests are complex, layered and varied in terms of ecology, chronology and the human narratives that describe them.While on one hand, they can be understood as rational relationships of geography, soil, climate and vegetation, on the other hand, they are more than the sum of these parts and have their place deep in the human imagination – as places with value.The study involved looking at forest slopes. Species response to change in slope types and slope aspect was studied. Gave rise to similarities within the Variations that helped Connect the Dots of the larger system.

Report Content

Understanding Landscape

The Larger System


Drawing the Forest

Forest Thresholds

Slope Study

Slope Study

Drawing Landscapes & Site


Site Interpretation