The spontaneity of human and nature is framed within horizontally-tessellated vertical volumes that house generations of inhabitants bounded by a centralized, glass atrium space to function as a nursery for redwood propagation as well to forebode the onset of climate change. 
The conception of redwoods on the site  in Brooklyn, NY is outlined in four phases, with each phase having a duration of 20 years. The first phase acts to exploit the degradation of biodiversity in urban environments while the final phase denotes the reintroduction of biodiversity within the urban fabric to bridge the disconnection between man and nature that had been a resultant of the industrial revolution.