Borderwall as Architecture

Ronald Rael, assistant professor of architecture, discusses his designs for alternatives uses for the wall between the United States and Mexico. 4:10 min. video produced by Roxanne Makasdjian, UC Berkeley Media Relations.

Read more opinion and comments about the project here [ MetropolisMagazine.com | NBC San Diego | FastCompany.com | La-Ch.com | MATT.org | Inhabit.com | Utopianist.com | Homeland Security Television | UCBerkeley News Center ]

Border Wall as Infrastructure

One square foot of solar energy production along the border can power a dishwasher for a year

Project Date: 2009
Project Team: Ronald Rael, Virginia San Fratello, Brian Grieb, Nicholas Karklins, Emily Licht, Plamena Milusheva, Colleen Paz, Molly Reichert
Project Info: Border Wall as Architecture was selected as a finalist in the WPA 2.0 competition. Read more about the Border Wall as Architecture here.

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