This summer, Ethics Lab student Danielle Huang attended UC Berkeley’s summer course in landscape and urban design at their Center for Environmental Design (CED). This week, the program wrapped up with final crits, where Danielle exhibited her work: “Channeling Light,” a landscaping project designed to improve the pedestrian experience at Lake Merritt in Oakland, California.

From the project description: “Lake Merritt’s Necklace of Lights provides beauty and safety for pedestrians and bikers. Utilizing natural light, the Channeling Light master plan transforms bleached, over-exposed lots into fields of warm, powerful color. The solar experience will demonstrate the vastness and awe of nature while also providing an artful display of lights.”

View photos from Danielle’s crit night above. Read more about the program here.