[Frozen Cities, Liquid Networks, Advanced Studio, University of Waterloo, Fall 2009.]
[Frozen Cities, Liquid Networks, Advanced Studio, University of Waterloo, Fall 2009.]

Today we are having the final review of the "Frozen Cities, Liquid Networks" Studio at the University of Waterloo. We will be sharing some of the work here in the coming week or two, but in the meantime, here is the brief. Please email us if you would like the PDF.

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[...] work was completed in the InfraNet Lab run studio Frozen Cities Liquid Networks at the University of Waterloo. (All images, unless otherwise noted, are by Dan McTavish and Kevin [...]

InfraNet Lab » Blog Archive » Frozen Cities Liquid Networks: Re-rigging Aumanil added these pithy words on Mar 17 10 at 3:22 pm

[...] and regionally.  The following project, developed by Amrit Phull and Claire Lubell, in the Frozen Cities/ Liquid Networks studio at the University of Waterloo, examines how new infrastructure can be produced in the Arctic [...]

InfraNet Lab » Blog Archive » Frozen Cities / Liquid Networks: Infrastructural Autonomy added these pithy words on Apr 17 10 at 3:48 pm

The studio sounds fantastic…looking forward to seeing the results.
I developed a studio for RMIT in Melbourne called Hypermobility (http://www.landscapearchitecture.rmit.edu.au/Projects/Hypermobility.php) where I think we tried to achieve something similar. One of the biggest challenges we had to overcome was the post-911 world-wide security measures in place for all ports, making it difficult to share or synergize infrastructure with ports if the public was going to be anywhere near it, which in the center of Melbourne made things difficult. Perhaps you will have better luck out at sea.

P.S. By chance were any recordings made of the HYDROCity symposium (similar to landscape infrastructures)? still planning on blogging or publishing any of the exhibition work submitted? Would love to see some of it if possible.

Brett Milligan added these pithy words on Dec 24 09 at 2:49 am

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