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The Ranch visitors, neighbours & participantsss

the LT Ranch space

http://ltranchspace.blogspot.com/

Stučiu km., Lithuania
Since its inception in 2005, the Ranch seasonal community has woven incrementally into this fragile yet robust social-ecological landscape of neighbours, flora and fauna, each leaving an imprint in memory, a trace of interventions on the ground, some maintained, others long disappeared.

the Ranch X book


a rural landscape experiment

the Ranch X book


a rural landscape experiment
The LT_Ranch Space is a non-profit rural art space in NE Lithuania hosting seasonal student sessions, providing a facility for research, experimentation and cultural events related to art, architecture, film and landscape which we would like to collate into a hand held publication.
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Type of project
  • Site-specific cases

The broader impact is to tell the story of communality and rural well-being. The Ranch is slow and incremental, maintained with care and respect attempting to develop a re-use of its land. We are part of the land’s continuity. It is non-hierarchical.
Those who join in this continuity locate comfort in this quasi domestic landscape. It is a young space/practice in the geological sense, exploring this minutiae through making, its food, craft, mediating failure, weather, flora and fauna of the everyday. The experimental nature of the architectural gesture arises from this land.
We would bring these various tacit and non-tacit events and projects into a collection of landscape narratives in the form of a publication. We have received numerous generous contributions from participants and visitors in the past year.
We think it’s climatically relevant moment to expose these processes in the X Ranch book.



a project by Wan Yun Tsai, 2013. Losing a camera became the concept to search/survey the landscape.

City in the sky, a project by Yuan (Monica) Fang, 2014

Evening conversation, after a well cooked meal, 2015

The Ghost of Barn 2b, in collaboration with ScanLAB to prepare the Barn for dis-mantling and moving. An archival record of the site and landscape.

the Ranch X book


a rural landscape experiment

the Ranch X book


a rural landscape experiment
The LT_Ranch Space is a non-profit rural art space in NE Lithuania hosting seasonal student sessions, providing a facility for research, experimentation and cultural events related to art, architecture, film and landscape which we would like to collate into a hand held publication.
File under
Type of project
  • Site-specific cases

The broader impact is to tell the story of communality and rural well-being. The Ranch is slow and incremental, maintained with care and respect attempting to develop a re-use of its land. We are part of the land’s continuity. It is non-hierarchical.
Those who join in this continuity locate comfort in this quasi domestic landscape. It is a young space/practice in the geological sense, exploring this minutiae through making, its food, craft, mediating failure, weather, flora and fauna of the everyday. The experimental nature of the architectural gesture arises from this land.
We would bring these various tacit and non-tacit events and projects into a collection of landscape narratives in the form of a publication. We have received numerous generous contributions from participants and visitors in the past year.
We think it’s climatically relevant moment to expose these processes in the X Ranch book.



a project by Wan Yun Tsai, 2013. Losing a camera became the concept to search/survey the landscape.

City in the sky, a project by Yuan (Monica) Fang, 2014

Evening conversation, after a well cooked meal, 2015

The Ghost of Barn 2b, in collaboration with ScanLAB to prepare the Barn for dis-mantling and moving. An archival record of the site and landscape.


Idea by

The Ranch visitors, neighbours & participantsss
the LT Ranch space
Stučiu km.
Lithuania
Since its inception in 2005, the Ranch seasonal community has woven incrementally into this fragile yet robust social-ecological landscape of neighbours, flora and fauna, each leaving an imprint in memory, a trace of interventions on the ground, some maintained, others long disappeared.