The Landscape Pilot House aims to illustrate our discussion about what the land should or should not be used for.
Steering wheels on each side of the house can be used to hoist elements of a large landscape painting up and down. Thus, people turning the wheels can choose which elements should be part of the picture and which should not. They can fight over each element turning on opposing sides.
There has always been a correlation and interaction between the depiction of the land and its actual usage and design. We have not only strived to imitate and idealise the land in our landscape depictions, but we have also attempted to create these idealised landscapes in reality. How much does our idealised conception of the landscape coincide with reality today?