Augmented Grounds Mixed Reality Landscape Design

Soomeen Hahm (SD Ltd / SCI-Arc), Yumi Lee (Seoul National University) and JaeHeon Jung (KOH SX Studio Inc.) have collaborated to complete ‘Augmented Grounds’, a landscape design installation located in the Métis garden in Prince, Quebeck, Canada.

While the experience of the installation is highly analogue, the construction process of this topographic terrain contributes to a new innovative practice of garden design by introducing smart construction technology using augmented reality with Fologram. The project celebrates the fast and intuitive communication between designer and maker, utilizing the digitally augmented human labours crafting the delicate material on site by wearing the HoloLens.

Check out a video of the project below: