Line13 Redux | review & student works

Line 13 Redux | workshop area: Longze station, Badaling expressway and its surroundings

On June 19, three and a half weeks after MovingCities kickstarted research and design for Beijing’s short and intense two-day Line13 Redux-workshop, the students of the School of Architecture and Community Design (University of South Florida, Tampa) presented their first analysis and design proposals. An overview.

Line 13 Redux | by Stephanie Herring & Brennen Huller

Line 13 Redux | by Maryam Younes & Chablis Applewhite

After the Line13 Redux Fieldtrip and one and a half day show-us-the-instant-analysis workshop studio, the students participating in the USF ‘Summer Studio in China‘ continued throughout the past weeks further investigation. Under the guidance of Assistant Professor Shannon Bassett they developed site analysis, concepts and were asked to define their program of intervention. The “review” of June 19 was intended to discuss the first results produced so far.

Line13 Redux Workshop Review | June 19, 2009

Invitees included Professor Ann Bergren (B.A.S.E. / UCLA), Juliane Demel (CAUPD), Michelle Lin (FRAME magazine China) and Mónica Carriço+Bert de Muynck (MovingCities). For a full textual and visual overview of the Line13 Redux-workshop so far, check the below links. We’ll keep you in the Line13-loop about further developments.

Line 13 Redux | workshop pages

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