Ancient Woods Foundation: A Case Study
Children’s Forest Pavilion
Lithuania at the 18th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia 2023
In parallel to the ‘Forest Time’ installation, I worked with the Ancient Woods Foundation to present a case study on the model of their organisation, which campaigns for preservation of the few remaining old-growth forests in Lithuania and the criteria used to define them.
A consortium of biologists, botanists, environmental scientists, as well as artists and filmmakers, the NGO aims to preserve the most ecologically valuable old-growth forests and the life forms they contain, and to establish enduring public forests in Lithuania as blueprints of thriving ecosystems.
The resulting research is published as an educational tool in the format of a scientific poster published by Kirvarpa Books, (edition of 500).
Please contact me to order a printed copy or request a digital version of the scientific poster.