Media Architecture in Knowledge and Innovation Districts: Designing a Canvas for Research, Culture and Collaboration
Niels Wouters, Tim Hunt, Olga Dziemidowicz, Rose Hiscock, Frank Vetere
Proceedings of the 4th Media Architecture Biennale Conference | ACM | Published : 2018
Emerging economic and demographic trends stimulate universities across the globe to promote better connections with industry, governments and communities. By clustering within Knowledge and Innovation Districts (KID), they are able to respond more quickly to societal and scientific challenges. Architecture is crucial in driving their success by providing spaces that encourage convergence, connectivity and proximity. In this paper, we report on the design process of a media facÌ§ade for a new KID within Melbourne Innovation Districts. We analyze our process through the lens of client and design team, and illustrate how vision and motivation translate into tangible design outcomes. Our insight..View full abstract
The authors thank The University of Melbourne, Science Gallery Melbourne, Melbourne Connect and the Carlton Connect Initiative, LendLease and WoodsBagot for supporting this research. We also like to acknowledge and thank ARUP for their collaboration and granting permission to reproduce the artist impressions.