Workshop: Open Call
Undo-Redo is a community-based design workshop led by distinguished Malaysian architects which focuses on five specific themes in urban development. The workshop aims to inspire a new trend of thought in bottom-up architecture design, one that forms a partnership between architecture, the community, authorities and the developer.
In the duration of 2-weeks, participants will be mentored to re-imagine, to undo and redo the potential design of two plots of public land located in Damansara Jaya.
Together with the opportunity of working alongside esteemed architects, participants will be awarded a certificate upon completion of the workshop.
Fill out the enclosed form, and send it, together with your portfolio and resumé to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Application” in the subject line.
The deadline for applications is Friday, 13 February, 2015.
The workshop is open to architecture and urban planning students, as well as young professionals.
Participants are expected to work flexible daily office hours throughout the duration of the workshop.
The workshop will take place at Taylor’s lakeside Campus in Subang Jaya. Work space throughout the workshop is subject to the mentoring architect.
The workshop is free of charge
Participants are expected to bear the cost of transport, accommodation and living expenses. There will be no reimbursement from the organizers of the workshop.