|Name /||Category /||Date /|
|The Eloquent Forest||Teaching||2006|
|La Machina di Natura||Teaching||2007|
|Ventnor Beach Road||Teaching||2008|
|Ephemeral Architectures: Towards a Process Architecture||Research||2009|
|Geometries of Encounter||Teaching||2010|
|≤ 196 Parks - A SAALA practice-based studio||Teaching||2010|
|No Ideas but in Things||Teaching||2010|
|Seymour Lighthorse Park||Teaching||2010|
|Re Visioning Frankston's Local Parks||Research||2010|
|Punto in Aria||Teaching||2011|
|Stair as Event||Teaching||2011|
|Do The Wild Thang||Teaching||2011|
|Maribor 2112Ai: City in Extremis||Teaching||2012|
|LAcities: City works through time||Teaching||2012|
Design Research Studio, RMIT University
Design is a dynamic process and should always consider a dynamic outcome. Experience of space is enriched by complex interrelationships interacting in a single isolated system.
This studio will continue the interest in landscape dynamics. Rather than the perturbation of coastal dynamics of the previous studio, this studio will focus on perturbations of vegetation dynamics (through time scales of seasonal patterns, annual growth gain, and predicted climatic change. The new Hospital buildings on the Royal Park Ridge have dramatically changed the spatial qualities that drove the 1980’s design competition. Students will design a journey of experiential variation based on this vegetation palette, through views, space, and time, that considers the challenges and potentials brought about by the new buildings.
A sketch by Jingyi Sun, highlighting various tree qualities.