University of Kentucky, School of Design
30 May - 27 July 2012
Berlin is a city that resides in a perpetual state of transformation resulting in unique spatial conditions. Through the use of mapping as a projective design tool, we seek new opportunities for the synthesis of the peculiarities of small-scale internal spaces, such as the Berliner Zimmer, and the larger network of Berlin’s public spatial occupancies to reconsider inhabitation of the street.
Reviews will be held on June 28 and July 27. Limited seats are available for the public. If you are interested in joining, please contact Dunya Bouchi, firstname.lastname@example.org
Studio Leaders: Akari Takebayashi and Jason Scroggin
New Functions of The Surface. Pushing the Urban Envelope
Deadline 30 June 2017
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