TAIPEI DAY 7 – REVIEW & PECHA-KUCHA TAIPEI

 1:30 – 4:30  Review & presentation

We presented our 24h research work on Taipei’s typologies for housing, cultural and retail. This led to an interesting discussion on how to take the next step of applying this conclusions to our projects of the sight.

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angie   Angela Co Studio (Syracuse NYC Program)

This is the work our studio presented: https://anco.expressions.syr.edu/?p=506

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jimenez   Jimez Lai Studio (Syracuse VS)                       

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Exquisite corpse. The studio divided the site plan which each student developed with other city plans or other projects.

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wu   Jenny Wu and Dwayne Oyler (Syracuse VS) 

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Collage sections. Click here to see the presentation:  Jenny Wu and Dwayne Oyler Studio presentation

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5:30 – 6:00 Lecture on URS 21 & JUT Foundation by Lea Yi-Chen Lin

Lea Yi-Chen Lin gave us a lecture describing the activities developed by the JUT foundation, concentrating on their urban interventions and the role of design in the city. She also put as a case study one of their  branch offices, the URS 21, the space they lent us for the workshop.

https://anco.expressions.syr.edu/?p=501

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6:00 – 7:30 Taiwan Pecha-Kucha

Pecha-Kucha: A format based on 20 slides of 20 seconds each, which creates a 6 minutes and 40 seconds presentation. This style keeps presentations concise and fast-paced.

Dean David Tseng organized a short set of conferences by Taiwanese architects, based on the Pecha-Kucha format, to give us a sense of new architecture that is being done in Taipei.

 

Borden Tseng presented Q-Lab:  http://www.qlabdesign.com/

 

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Sheng-Yuan Huang presented FieldOffice Architects:  http://www.fieldoffice-architects.com/fieldoffice/



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