40 miles in length and less than 2 miles wide, Seneca Lake is one of the 2 most important of the 11 Finger Lakes.

After conducting a rigorous analysis of the area, students in the LA 2020 studio were charged with proposing key points along the Seneca Lake edge that could benefit from being linked with a small boat / ferry connection. Students had to simultaneously develop two sites - one for each terminal connection.

Features student work from Jacob Geitner, BSLA ’22; Dominic Malacaman, BSLA ’22; and Kwon Hee (David) Kang, BSLA ’24.


LA 2020 Medium of the Landscape II

Martin Hogue, Faculty Advisor


Spring 2020

Seneca Lake Section

This section animation illustrates the elevational and environmental conditions of Seneca Lake and the surrounding area.

Seneca Lake in Points

This animation demonstrates various points along the west and east-bound edges of Seneca Lake in exploring sites for potential ferry and boating terminals.