"The movement towards a Sustainable Future must include the peeling away of intervening images between landscape function and landscape experience."
-Robert Thayer

Today our world's mechanisms have mostly become miniscule and buried in plastic and silicon and we no longer see how things work. The Steampunk Garden intends to reveal insights into the hidden forces of nature and make visible the mechanical systems that power our landscapes. As a reaction to the sterile plastic world of contemporary technology these landscapes expose the intersection of the garden and the machine with a Victorian sense of detail.s can be read either individually or together. They pose a controlled environment for observation, a means to look at content through a lens.