Design is defined by curiosity and observation. Ideas emerge from analysis and iterative creation, a process tied to cities and landscapes as we find them. How can we redefine the lens through which we look at our environments across scales, and in turn, rethink design by looking and slowing down?
Demonstrate how shifting perspective shifts design outcomes by discussing case studies that juxtapose small, constructed sites with larger scale explorations.
Recognize how managing complex design issues can be revelatory and experiential in aesthetics & in function.
Understand how diving deep into personal obsessions facilitates iterating across scales and inspire design expression.
Consider how often unseen qualities can provide conceptual drivers as a basis for addressing expansive and complex issues.