April 30, 2015 / Seminar: School of Architecture & Urban Planning (SARUP), University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
MILWAUKEE, WI, USA
Dongsei Kim presented his research on agency of design in border spaces, "Towards Edge Spaces of Productive Inclusivity: A Subversive Act" at the Urban Edge – Resilience and Change Seminar at School of Architecture & Urban Planning (SARUP) University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, organized by Professor Manu P. Sobti.
(Re)defining the Typologies of Urban Edges - Present day Chandigarh.
Towards Edge Spaces of Productive Inclusivity: A Subversive Act.
Illusive Edges and Contested Boundaries: A case for Atlanta and Chandigarh.
Urbanism: Provocations From Asia.
The Chandigarh Complex: Locating Universal Value.
Discarding Corb’s Shoes: Rethinking Aesthetics and Authorship of Cities in the 21st Century.
Transforming Ruralities & Edge(ness) in Global Urbanities.
Manu P. Sobti
Photo credit: Manu P. Sobti.