|Course||Semester||Title||Student Work||Instructor||Syllabus||Requirements & Sequence||Location & Time||Session & Points||Call No.|
Architectural Drawing & Representation I
||Josh Uhl, Lexi Tsien, Zachary White, Farzin Lotfi-Jam||
M 11 AM- 1 PM
The fellowship supports original research projects that investigate issues relating to design and architecture in Hong Kong, the Greater Bay Area, and Asia through a transnational lens, aligned with the curatorial interests and activities of M+.
Farzin Lotfi-Jam and Mark Wasiuta will investigate the intensifying urban development pressures in Southeast Asia, with a focus on computational and data-driven planning. Increased reliance on technology has fundamentally changed the way in which urban planning is carried out, and this tendency is often positioned as a way for developing cities to skirt traditional planning and move effortlessly into a computationally organised future. By studying selected cities across Southeast Asia, Lotfi-Jam and Wasiuta will explore the deep implications of computational development and ‘smart’ urban futures for the region.