NTNU is looking for a PhD student for ‘Live Projects as Drivers for Sustainable Urbanism’, a project funded by Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Department of Architecture and Planning. This research will be implemented as practice-based research, following the study program for PhD in Architecture or the study program for PhD in Artistic Research.
14 January – 19 March 2022, thereafter online and touring. Metropolitan State University of Denver, Center for Visual Art, Denver, USA.
Includes five exemplar case studies nominated by Live Projects Network: Bong’s Place, Grange Pavilion, Fish River Rangers’ Accommodation, Imagine Castlegate and Passerine Pavilion.
For excellence in public interest design
Results Announced! Sincere thanks to all those who entered.
Design Corps, the Social Economic Environmental Design (SEED), designbuildXchange, and Live Projects Network in collaboration with the Center for Public Interest Design, are pleased to announce the 2017 Awards winners to recognize excellence in public interest design. Two winners were selected from each of the three networks to exemplify each network’s public interest design principles.
The Award winners are:
Selected by the designbuildXchange Network:
Landwirtschaftsschule, Bella Vista, Bolivia
Guga S ‘Thebe Children’s Theatre, Cape Town, South Africa
Selected by the Social Economic Environmental Design (SEED) Network
Agbogbloshie Makerspace Platform (AMP), Accra, Ghana
The Vertical University Project, Kathmandu, Nepal
Selected by Live Projects Network
For the first time, these three international networks combined to support and promote systemic change in the practices of design with the intent of building on the common ground they share.
These six winning projects demonstrate exceptional social, economic, environmental, and pedagogic impact, this year the SEED + dbXchange + Live Projects Network Awards represent the greater scale and growing relationships needed to create truly sustainable projects and positive change in all communities globally. While each network has a unique focus, sharing the awards acknowledges their common ground: supporting the growth of excellence in public interest design.
The winners will present at the seventeenth annual Structures for Inclusion Conference in Portland, OR, on April 7 and 8 at the Center for Public Interest, Portland State University, Portland OR, on April 7 and 8. Information: https://designcorps.org/sfi/
Additionally, seventeen projects were recognized for excellence with Honorable Mentions.
dbXchange Honorable Mentions:
Atsipatari, Sondoveni, Peru
Community House Refugee Camp Spinelli, Mannheim, Germany
Healthcare-Centre Mondikolok, Kajo Keji, South Sudan.
Kitchen on the Run, Bari, Italy / Marseille, France / Duisburg, Germany / Deventer, Netherlands / Gotheburg, Sweden
Southlight/USA, Providence, Rhode Island, USA
USAER Training Center, Monterrey, Mexico
SEED Honorable Mentions:
Adaptive Reuse: Housing in Historic Rural Palestine, Ramallah, Palestine
Redefining Prison Environments, Mitchellville, Iowa, USA
Manos A La Costa, San Miguel, Ecuador
7540 Washington Apartments, Kansas City, Missouri, USA
Rebuilding Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, New York, USA
Gary ArtHouse Public Art Challenge, Gary, Indiana, USA
Live Projects Honorable Mentions:
Information on Winners and Honorable Mentions https://designcorps.org/seed-awards-about/
Information on the Structures for Inclusion Conference: https://designcorps.org/sfi/
SEED Network: www.seednetwork.org
dbXchange Network: www.dbxchange.eu
Live Projects Network: http://liveprojectsnetwork.org/