sg 2014 HONG KONG
This year the SmartGeometry Conference will be held at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, China, from 14-19 July 2014. The Workshop and Conference will home a community of innovators in the fields of architecture, design and engineering. SG has been hosting this in different cities across the world since 2010. This workshop/conference attracts attendees from academia, innovative students, and professional practice to come together and work on progressing Urban Design. The workshop is open to 100 applicants who get to come together for four intensive days of design and collaboration.
The event will be in two parts, a four day Workshop 14-17 July, and a public conference beginning with Talkshop 18 July, followed by a Symposium 19 July.
CHALLENGE: URBAN COMPACTION
Large cities like Hong Kong thrive on density and diversity lending themselves to opportunity in designing stronger proximate communities. Beyond the need for clear energy and limiting pollution, there are complex issues at play such as concentrating population and building infrastructure in contemporary high-rise cities. Cities like Hong Kong are complicated urban systems that depend on predicting ways that lead to good design and high quality urban environments.
The annual Workshop is organised around “Clusters”. In these Clusters participants will work together with a common framework of knowledge, tools, materials and machines.
sg2014 has an open call to submit proposals for Clusters
March 9 Sunday
NEW Deadline Call for Clusters
March 24 Monday
Workshop Applications Open
May 11 Sunday
Deadline Workshop Applications
July 14-17 sg2014 Workshop
July 18 Conference: Talkshop
July 19 Conference: Symposium
WORKSHOP: CALL FOR CLUSTERS
DEADLINE EXTENDED BY 1 WEEK
Smartgeometry has received multiple requests for deadline extensions from those rushing to propose Workshop Clusters. The new deadline is Sunday, March 9 at Midnight.
For those who have already proposed a cluster, they may choose to resubmit with additional information no later than the new deadline. Please email your amendments to [email protected]
This year SG2014 is placing a strong emphasis on multi-disciplinary partnerships between practice, academia, construction, and especially industry.
Full proposal information can be found in the
sg2014 Call for Clusters PDF
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