Metadesign and the City:
Seeking synergies between top-down and bottom-up approaches
Symposium on Monday 14th February 2011
- This symposium applied the site for the London Olympic Games as its context.
- Speakers included Prof. Clive Dilnot and Prof. Phil Jones
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This symposium explored some ways to synergize between existing top-down and bottom-up design approaches in the city. It included a futures scenario workshop using the post-2012 Olympic site in East London as a design dilemma. Three short talks exploring the notion of metadesign and presenting practical examples of bottom-up and top-down approaches to designing socially and ecologically attuned cities.
|Hannah Jones||Goldsmiths, University of London|
|Prof. Clive Dilnot+++++++||Parsons New School, New York|
|Prof. Phil Jones||Welsh School of Architecture, Cardiff|
|Prof. John Wood||Goldsmiths, University of London / Kyung Hee University, Seoul|
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