SITREP.at LISBON Summer 2017 in Manila is an intensive, REMOTE design studio, which aims to develop innovative design methodologies for explicitly engaging the “Urbanity,” or the latent software, of cities through the case-study of transforming the Doca de Santos on the Lisbon waterfront into a Civic Forum. The studio pedagogy is founded upon the:
CREATION of a novel set of data by collecting and analyzing the “soft”, latent information underlying the changing conditions, user-ship, and programmatic malleability of selected plazas in Lisbon.
IDENTIFICATION of the data’s associated architectural and urbanity devices, especially as they pertain to the potential to expand both the porosity (hardware) and accessibility (software) of informational-social complexes such as Lisbon’s public plazas.
DEVELOPMENT of design proposals incorporating the above data set and devices to transform the selected public plazas into Civic Forums.
SITREP.at LISBON Summer 2017 will be hosted by the Centro de Informação Urbana de Lisboa and the Lisbon Municipality (CIUL-CML), using the Doca de Santos on the Lisbon waterfront as a case-study, in conjunction with the Instituto Superior das Ciências do Trabalho e da Empresa-Instituto Universitário de Lisboa (ISCTE-IUL). Instruction will be conducted by Carla Leitão, Philippe Baumann, and Michael Su, together with lecture and seminar collaborations of staff from the CIUL-CML and faculty from the ISCTE-IUL.
SITREP.at LISBON Summer 2017 in MANILA is a remotely operated design studio, which will operate simultaneously with the LISBON studio at a location in Metro Manila.
6 European University Credits (ECTS) will be available for this design studio, which may be transferred to your local institution. As well, CPD professional units in the Philippines may be available (application pending).
This remote studio operates as a research and design course, in that Instructors establish specific topics for study and then work closely with small teams of studio participants to conduct research and design exercises. The studio structure consists of:
- Keynote lecture on Lisbon by special guest.
- Daily topical lectures by Lisbon experts and studio instructors.
- Virtual studio reviews on research and design with studio instructors.
- Skills/techniques/software instruction in virtual seminars.
- Autonomous, open studio time for readings and research/design exercises.
- Virtual Public Review and Exhibition of studio work.
This remote design studio consists of daily, live-streamed and interactive lectures from the simultaneously operated Lisbon on-site design studio. Through daily lectures and the completion of research and design exercises, the remote studio aims to contribute to the on-site studio’s development of context- and problem-specific proposals for creating a Civic Forum in Lisbon. At the end of the studio, these proposals will be presented at a public Design Review and Exhibition, and eventually incorporated into a Situation Report.
The remote design studio components are:
- Daily, dedicated work space at a central location. (Location TBC.)
- On-site studio coordinators.
- Live-streamed keynote lecture by a special guest.
- Live-streamed and interactive daily lectures by experts and professors.
- Live-streamed and interactive seminars on specific skills and techniques.
- Open studio days for in-house work.
- Live-streamed and interactive final public review and exhibition.
- Co-authorship in resulting Situation Report.
- Academic recommendations and professional networking.
- Portfolio of work produced during the studio.
- 6 ECTS European University Credits, which may be transferred to your local institution.
- CPD professional units in the Philippines (application pending).
Detailed list of Keynote Speaker, Lecturer, and Seminar and Workshop Directors will be distributed to accepted participants separately.
The location of our remote MANILA design studio will be a dedicated workspace conveniently located in Metro Manila in order to account for transportation, internet connectivity, and studio amenities. Please check back for updates.