Agri-Cultūra is a development strategy for the post-agrarian village of the XXI century.
The project organizes different aspects of human existence, placing living and working environment in the perimeter and the development of Human in the center.
The project site has a distinct visual identity formed by the pattern of different agrarian patches – testing fields – inherited from the Antiila farming center.
The agrarian patchwork is translated into design as patches of production that cast the oval-shaped enclave of a wild garden. Agriculture in the north and the Lake in the south are pierced by green link connecting surrounding forest lands, which expands to formulate the central zone – the Garden of Man.