The project intervenes in a residual industrial space with fuel bunkers, above- and below-grade piping, drainage pits, fences, and remnant machinery. You are not welcome here, merely tolerated. If you come after sundown, a police car is likely on its way to collect you. In the face of this stark, unwelcoming condition, the design proposal recasts the fuel bunkers as concert venues and overlays a new circulation system on the site, with lighting fixtures to guide and encourage the visitor to brave the elevated highways and explore this forbidden land. Trespass is an attempt at providing the wandering pedestrian with a setting for intense, highly memorable experiences outside their everyday routine.  Spring 2015
       
     
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 The project intervenes in a residual industrial space with fuel bunkers, above- and below-grade piping, drainage pits, fences, and remnant machinery. You are not welcome here, merely tolerated. If you come after sundown, a police car is likely on its way to collect you. In the face of this stark, unwelcoming condition, the design proposal recasts the fuel bunkers as concert venues and overlays a new circulation system on the site, with lighting fixtures to guide and encourage the visitor to brave the elevated highways and explore this forbidden land. Trespass is an attempt at providing the wandering pedestrian with a setting for intense, highly memorable experiences outside their everyday routine.  Spring 2015
       
     

The project intervenes in a residual industrial space with fuel bunkers, above- and below-grade piping, drainage pits, fences, and remnant machinery. You are not welcome here, merely tolerated. If you come after sundown, a police car is likely on its way to collect you. In the face of this stark, unwelcoming condition, the design proposal recasts the fuel bunkers as concert venues and overlays a new circulation system on the site, with lighting fixtures to guide and encourage the visitor to brave the elevated highways and explore this forbidden land. Trespass is an attempt at providing the wandering pedestrian with a setting for intense, highly memorable experiences outside their everyday routine.

Spring 2015

LDAR 2203_Jil Sanchez_Project 5_tribunes.jpg
       
     
LDAR 2203_Jil Sanchez_Project 5_ walkway.jpg
       
     
LDAR 2203_Jil Sanchez_Project 5_west entry.jpg
       
     
LDAR 2203_Jil Sanchez_Project 5_occupation diagram.jpg
       
     
DSC_1041.JPG
       
     
LDAR 2203_Jil Sanchez_Project 4_ _fear model 1.JPG
       
     
LDAR 2203_Jil Sanchez_Project 4_ fear model 5.JPG
       
     
LDAR 2203_Jil Sanchez_Project 4_ fear section 2 copy.JPG
       
     
LDAR 2203_Jil Sanchez_Project 4_ fear section of model 6.jpg