Sarah Joubert and Franziska Steinkohl present thier Massey School of Design project at FESTA 2016- Pipe Dreaming and share their learnings and experiences.
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The Festival of Transitional Architecture
BY BARNABY BENNETT
@ VOL 17
ON OCT 09, 2013
Barnaby Bennet talks about the Festival of Transitional Architecture. This year's theme is: "city within a city". There will be presentations about an inner-city garden called the acropolis, a mobile cinema, and more.
Making Something Greater
BY EMILIE TAYLOR
@ VOL 14
ON OCT 08, 2014
Emilie Taylor is a local architect, a lecturer at the Tulane School of Architecture, and the Building Manager of the Tulane City Center. Emilie talks about some public perceptions of architecture and shares some projects that she’s worked on. Emilie shares how she views architecture as a culmination of making something greater that any one person can achieve.
"Presentation of the Day" on November 12, 2014.
Making Life Happen; the rebuilding of Benton Harbor
BY JERRY PRICE
@ VOL 2
ON AUG 20, 2015
"How do we go from living in circumstance to living in choice? How do we rebuild our city with heart, with resiliance?"
Jerry Price remembers his family moving from Brooklyn to Benton Harbor Michigan in 1969 hoping to find more opportunity. Jerry's story recounts the change that happened after he went away to college and came back in 2003.
Making the Lake Better
BY WILLIAM KIRWAN
@ VOL 5
ON FEB 18, 2016
How can we make our lake community better? Architect, William Kirwan, uses examples of successful lake communities and how Deep Creek Lake can use these ideas to make business owners, community members, and tourists enjoy the lake even more.
Reimagining Urban Places
BY HERE+NOW C.I.C.
@ VOL 28
ON JUL 06, 2016
How can underused city spaces be used to bring together community and reimagine their potential?
HERE+NOW will be talking about how we can use our urban spaces more productively, illustrated with examples from their Space To Sit community build event, Hold Me Dear outdoor community photography exhibition and Wasteland Collective interventions and research.
A Landscape Architect passionate about making places better, Liz Thomas co-founded HERE+NOW in 2014 to put people back at the heart of design for the built environment. HERE+NOW is an Edinburgh-based landscape architecture studio that specialises in co-design. Integrating community engagement, prototyping, events and exhibitions from the very start of the design process, HERE+NOW work with local people to reimagine their local places through both longer term design outcomes and more temporary interventions.