The Architecture of Resilience Studio with Akari Nakai Kidd & Daniel Gibbs
05
OCT, 2019
Teaching & Learning
Good Practice
Faculty Award
Award Series
Akari Nakai Kidd is a Lecturer in the School of Architecture and Built Environment (ABE), in the Faculty of Science Engineering and Built-Environment, and Daniel Gibbs is a casual academic and practising architect.
Recently the duo won a SEBE Teaching and Learning Award Citation for their effective team teaching approach and critical practice. The Arichitecture of Resilience Studio engages students to critically and responsibly address global scale built environment issues, and to reassess the roles and responsibilities of architects in continually evolving, diverse and ecologically fragile environments.

Akari and Daniel (and a couple of passionate students) shared their thoughts on their practice. Watch the video below:

Another recent article from the School of Architecture and Built Environment explores Susan Ang’s Intercultural Dialogue through Design project here.

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