CRCWSC Researchers and students participate in design studio in City of Kunshan

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A group of Monash University architecture masters students and CRCWSC researchers have spent 12 days in a design studio environment established in the City of Kunshan. The group comprised 14 masters students and four researchers from Monash University and the University of Western Australia including Victorian Government Architect and CRCWSC project co-leader Professor Geoffrey London. Led by Markus Jung (Monash University) and Jon Shinkfield (Senior Research Fellow, CRCWSC), the group spent their time understanding the local culture, conducting detailed site investigations, workshopping design ideas and interacting with staff in the city’s Planning Bureau.

Period18 Nov 2014

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  • TitleCRCWSC Researchers and students participate in design studio in City of Kunshan
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletCRC Water Sensitive Cities
    Media typeWeb
    CountryAustralia
    Date18/11/14
    DescriptionA group of Monash University architecture masters students and CRCWSC researchers have spent 12 days in a design studio environment established in the City of Kunshan. The group comprised 14 masters students and four researchers from Monash University and the University of Western Australia including Victorian Government Architect and CRCWSC project co-leader Professor Geoffrey London. Led by Markus Jung (Monash University) and Jon Shinkfield (Senior Research Fellow, CRCWSC), the group spent their time understanding the local culture, conducting detailed site investigations, workshopping design ideas and interacting with staff in the city’s Planning Bureau.
    Producer/AuthorCRCWSC
    URLhttps://watersensitivecities.org.au/content/crcwsc-researchers-students-participate-design-studio-city-kunshan/
    PersonsMarkus Jung, Diego Ramirez, Geoffrey London, Jon Shinkfield

Keywords

  • water responsive urbanism
  • integrated design
  • urban design frameworks
  • vision plan
  • food production
  • water production
  • knowledge production
  • social production