Semester 2 & Building For Life (BFL)

In the second semester of studies one of the main projects is a continuation of the Science Central development with an in-depth analysis and evaluation of housing. This will involve considering and designing alternative housing such as Co-Housing and Live-Work, exploring different typologies like town houses, courtyard, self-build as well as considering the economics and…
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Reflexive summary of my Blogging experience

This was my first-time experience of blogging. I never even had read any other blogs on the internet before I came to know that we have to write blogs as a part of our assignment. I was very excited to do this new innovative way to do the assignment rather than writing the traditional essays…
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Reflective Blog: My Blog experience

To be honest, this is the first time for me to write the academic blog. In the first blog meeting, we discussed lots of things interesting like how to post a blog or share the feature photos. In the next meeting, we asked Jackson to take a photo for us and use it on the…
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Comment on Kuntal’s blog: Sustainable Transport: Walkable Cities

In Kuntal’s blog, He discussed about the topic of Sustainable Transport. He argued it lack of satiability in transport today. Walking is the most desirable pattern in city’s transport. However, the number of vehicles is high especially in rich countries. Kuntal proposed pedestrian makes a city within friendly atmosphere, such as New York, Florence, and…
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Reflective Blog: My Blog experience

This is the first time I get in touch with writing a blog. I feel nervous and scare about it when I have to know that we need to write a blog instead of an essay. Everything turn better after we gone through all those blog meeting and lectures. Most of the lectures is very…
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Comment on Sharon Zhu’s – Neighbourhood Design and the Garden City

Sharon’s Blog is about how a concept of “Garden City” work in Neighborhood design and she has also mentioned five principles of a good neighborhood design. which are, a radius of walking distance of 400m, clear center, identifiable edges, street pattern and diversity of buildings and people. She has well explained Ebenezer Howard’s town-country magnet concept. Here in…
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Comment on – Zack’s Landscape Urbanism

Zack had explained the evolution of city and discussed about how landscape urbanism being use in today world in his blog. He refer to Cedric Price’s ovo-urban analogy to explain the 3 development stages of city. Ancient city as a boiled egg, all dwelling live inside the wall. 17th to 19th century city as fried…
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