Here, NOW and BKK's design ideas by diagram – 10 concepts for community.
Refreshments provided – an opportunity for inspiration, networking and design discussion.
In the third and final series of Concepts for 2012, Concepts [#3] addresses the idea of community in the lead up to the Melbourne Architecture Annual (MA|A).
Three Melbourne architects present their ideas about working with and enhancing various communities via a single project described in 10 slides in 10 minutes, Pecha Kucha style.
Hosted by Tania Davidge of OpenHAUS, the Concepts sessions investigate the ideas behind the projects rather than focusing on the completed object. From public space activation to social regeneration, sustainability and urban space revitalisation, this is an opportunity to talk about design ideas for community and provide them in a way that others can use and share.
What might an architectural project offer the community? How can architecture work to build and regenerate communities? What might we learn through this engagement?
- Michelle Emma James, Here Studio, http://herestudio.net/
- Neville Cowland, NOW Architecture, on Meadows Primary School
- Simon Knott, BKK, on the Revitalising Dandenong masterplan http://b-k-k.com.au/
Chair: Tania Davidge, OpenHAUS
Monday 15 October 2012
Ground Floor, Baldwin Spencer Building (Building Number 113)
University of Melbourne
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