Subject Coordinator: Dr. Kelum Palipane
Senior Tutor: Dhanika Kumaheri
Dhanika Kumaheri, Sarah Kahn, Laura Georgina Smith, Magdalena Sliwinska, Elizabeth Watt
The Spatial implications of bodies in space considered at the individual, communal and civic scales.
An Urban terrain of microinfrastructure within imagined conditions of complex demographics.
The Melbourne School of Design east-west axis, Lincoln Square, and built environment areas accessible to students during remote teaching and learning.
Students engaged in a series of exercises that enabled them to critically reflect on how fundamental design principals and their anthropometric and ergonomic implications impact human behaviour and the experience of space.
Drawing the knowledge acquired in the first stage of the semester, the students designed an urban terrain of microinfrastructure in imagined dystopian conditions that would enable people to engage in an act of ‘exchange’.