How can design thinking contribute to the sustainable development of communities in need?
Sago Network, a volunteer team of designers and development practitioners, present an overview of Sago Studio 2011, an exciting community development project in Papua New Guinea to be driven by a team of students and guided by experienced professionals. The studio is founded upon the notion of capacity building and will collaborate with the remote PNG communities of Laukanu and Kelkel to design and build a series of carefully planned water and sanitation projects to address immediate community need. Set to take place over five weeks from December 2011 to January 2012 this unique 12 credit point masters-level studio will collide design and development theory with the realities of the field to explore the potential of design thinking for developing communities.
Join the seminar to find out how you can join the team:
What Student seminar on 12 credit point Summer design studio
Who All DAB masters students from Architecture and Built Environment
When Tuesday 16/08/11 from 12pm to 1pm
Where Level 5 Architecture Studios
Info Juliet Landler via Juliet.Landler@uts.edu.au