PechaKucha Presentation

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Osamu Nishida

Architect, Founder of ondesign, ondesign in Tokyo

Hama no Park Caravan

PRESENTED ON SEP 30, 2015
IN TOKYO @ VOL 128

「小さな公園革命」を目指し横浜で発足したユニット、ハマのパークキャラバン(Hama no Park Caravan)。ユーモラスな実験と小さな失敗を繰り返し、未来の公園づくりをセルフパワーではじめています。いつもの公園をちょっと素敵な空間に!をモットーに、ユニットメンバーの気鋭建築家の西田司(Osamu Nishida)さん、同じく若手建築家の秋吉浩気(Kohki Akiyoshi)さん、建築学科学生の雨宮渓太(Keita Amamiya)さん、そしてNPO法人代表岡部祥司(Shoji Okabe)さんが活動について披露します!

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GEZI: The Park that Became a Democracy Movement

BY OZGUR BASAK ALKAN
@ VOL 22 ON MAY 18, 2014

Being an urban designer, Ozgur Basak Alkan has a unique perspective of the events that led to the Taksim Gezi Park protests in Turkey in 2013. The park became representative of much more than what it seemed.  

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Derbyshire Street Pocket Park

BY LUKE GREYSMITH
@ DESIGN FRINGE POWERED BY PECHAKUCHA ON MAR 03, 2015

Landscape architect Luke Greysmith shares  the history of converting a quite street full of parked cars into a community garden in the Derbyshire Pocket Park in order to reduce the amount of rain water entering the sewers, and offers this beautiful solution to the entire city of London.

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A Geography of Lheidli T'enneh Memorial Park

BY GLEN THIELMANN
@ VOL 4 ON JUL 14, 2015

What’s in a name? According to poet Kim Stafford, there are no names, but stories. A place is a story happening many times. After a recent controversial name change to an iconic park in the city of Prince George, historian and teach Glen Thielmann explores the many stories of this iconic park. He reveals that the park is a meeting place for the transaction of forms, of cultures, of people, of ideas. It is a place where things become public.

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My Water Park in Fukuoka

BY TAKESHI HANAMURA
@ 水辺の覚醒プレゼンテーション POWERED BY PECHAKUCHA ON MAR 03, 2016

西日本鉄道の花村さんが披露する、 福岡のウォーターフロント開発事情。 2016年7月オープンの水上公園はあくまでもスタートという花村さん。 国内でも屈指・新しい水辺チャレンジを次々に展開する、 福岡の魅力をたっぷり語ります。

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Testing Rebar’s PARK[ing] Day initiative at DJCAD Dundee

BY ANDY MILLIGAN
@ VOL 28 ON JUL 06, 2016

Andy Milligan is a spatial researcher and educator at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design, Dundee. He leads the Interior Environmental Design programme, and, since 2013, has used Rebar’s improvisational PARK[ing] Day initiative as a platform to introduce design students to collective creative action and urban interventions at a local / global scale.

 

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Park Ranger Neighbor

BY EMILY JACOBS
@ VOL 7 ON AUG 25, 2016

Emily Jacobs honors the 100th Birthday of the National Park Service through her love of adventure and the great outdoors. Emily gets up close and personal with bears and more.

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On Preserving Maywood Park

BY KEITH YEARMAN
@ VOL 5 ON NOV 10, 2016

When the legendary harness race track Maywood Park in Melrose Park, Illinois, closed in late 2015, two professors from the College of DuPage in Wheaton, Illinois, acquired the track’s archives. Though only owning a small portion of the Maywood Park archives, Keith Yearman began digitizing and documenting the entire collection—and is curating a forthcoming exhibition.

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Rethinking the Newark Waterfront

BY JAE SHIN
@ VOL 18 ON MAY 18, 2017

Architectural and urban designer Jae Shin talks in this PechaKucha presentation about how we might advocate for accountable development of our cities through imaginative, community-focused design and planning practices. 

Jae Shin is a partner at Hector, an urban design, planning & civic arts studio, where recent projects have included a memorial for an eco-feminist nun, a riverfront park, and a large-scale exhibition commemorating the 350th anniversary of the founding of Newark, NJ, including a crowd-sourced scale model. Jae has recently served as an Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellow at New York City Housing Authority, where she facilitated the agency’s efforts to define and implement design principles for safe, clean and connected communities. As an educator, Jae has led design studios at New Jersey Institute of Technology & Harvard Graduate School of Design.
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Light Up The Park

BY HENRY EVANS
@ VOL 1 ON SEP 20, 2017

Judy Bean is a retired educator and current community organizer and volunteer.  She shares the work of collegue, Ed Broberg and the community event of hundreds of lighted pumpkins in Chewelah's city park.

Ed Broberg is a professional photographer who's works have covered equestrian events, landscape, architecture, community events, and sailing to name a few.  His gallery can be seen at broberg.photoshelter.com