Agenda

The below agenda continually develops concurrently with the descriptive tag categories.
They are part of a constantly evolving feed back cycle formed with the projects.
The agenda reads almost as a list of forces that affect architecture on a broad level, and the direction in which they should be steered.

  • TRANSPORT
  • Fast-tracking & Encouraging the possibility of a transport corridor focussed on linking Cairns to Melbourne.

  • NATURE
  • Changing concepts of “Nature” in the Post-Pastoral, Post-Industrial age

  • AGRICULTURE
  • Food Security & the aesthetics of sustainability
    Integration of “soft” infrastructural system elements into architecture of the every day.

  • MOBILITY
  • Australia needs to move away from binary black and white oppositional understanding of the rural vs the city. The landscape is shifting. Soon a seamless super-scape that gradiates through the porosity from cosmopolitan to nomadic will arise.

  • COLLECTIVE MEMORY & THE IMAGE OF THE “CITY
  • The idea of the “City” is actually only a fictional idea, that exists within our collective thought.
    Like the image of “Melbourne” can shift and change among Melbournians, the image of the “City” can change among the worlds population.

  • POST-INDUSTRIAL LANDSCAPE
  • Studying shifts of post-industrial situations in regional towns, as our economy shifts towards a zero carbon future. Some sites might be: Iron Triangle, Hazelwood.

  • TOKYO JAPAN
  • MELBOURNE AUSTRALIA