Uva School of Architecture Faculty Invited to Give Keynote Lectures at International Conference in Chongqing, China

Uva School of Architecture Faculty Invited to Give Keynote Lectures at International Conference in Chongqing, China
IDEA-KING, the 2017 International Landscape Planning and Design Conference and Expo, held in Chongqing, on November 17-19, 2017, aims to enhance the exchange of international approaches to landscape architecture through its theme, Urban Renewal and Cultural Inheritance. The conference will highlight the best of landscape design in China and beyond,...

IDEA-KING, the 2017 International Landscape Planning and Design Conference and Expo, held in Chongqing, on November 17-19, 2017, aims to enhance the exchange of international approaches to landscape architecture through its theme, Urban Renewal and Cultural Inheritance. The conference will highlight the best of landscape design in China and beyond, while promoting design that is at the forefront of the next century of global, ecological, and humanistic environments.

Directed by the National Ethnic Affairs Commission (and organized by the Ai Jing Awards Committee, the China National Building Research Association, and the Beijing Green Building Industry Alliance, amongst others), UVA School of Architecture is pleased to announced that two of its faculty, Assistant Professor Guoping Huang and Professor Iñaki Alday, have been invited to share their current design research and projects at the conference as keynote lecturers. Guoping Huang will speak about Geodesign and urban renewal, focusing on how geospatial technology helps protect important river views during urban renewal along the James River in Richmond, VA.

Iñaki Alday will present Cities and Rivers, a talk focusing on the experience of his design practice, aldayjover, in the integration of infrastructures in public space. This work seeks a new relationship between cities and rivers under current climate-based and social challenges. He will also speak about his internationally-recognized pan-university research, the Yamuna River Project and participate in the theme discussion, “Landscape and Land Resources Conservation.”

Both will serve as jurors for the design competition hosted by the conference.

UVA School of Architecture is an international partner of this important landscape, planning, and architecture conference

Source: www.arch.virginia.edu