|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|
Landscape Architecture Workshop / Symposium
Recently Charles Anderson co-curated and tutored a workshop/symposium led by Tim Schork from MESNE design studio.
This year the Landscape Architecture Symposium at RMIT University was undertaken as an intensive workshop. The focus of the workshop was to introduce students to contemporary design strategies and techniques and to enable them to develop a critical understanding of these by testing a variety of them through the process of making and representation and formulation of emergent design propositions.
Other objectives included:
Develop an understanding of basic principles of formation
Develop a conceptual understanding and an operational knowledge of dynamic systems
Test explorations through the production of various digital and physical prototypes
This workshop grew out of parallel Design Research Studios being run simultaneously by Dr Charles Anderson at RMIT University and Tim Schork at Monash University. These two studios focus on generative systems and explore their potential for Landscape Architectural, Architectural and Urban Design strategies.
Workshop Leader: Tim Schork, MESNE Design Studio; with: Dr. Charles Anderson, SAALA; Craig Douglas, Greg Afflick, OUTR; Bridget Keane, Pod 4/5 design