At the core of WallaceLiu’s projects is a design practice called adaptive reuse. In the age of the quest for sustainability, adaptive reuse is becoming more of a necessity for city-makers worldwide.
reSITE's salon series My City/Your City is back to bring you a conversation on what cities of 2050 will look like through intersection of architecture, urban design, and smart cities, addressing the existing challenges and undertaking a collective exercise in imagining the cities of the future.
Listen to Episode 3 of reSITE's new podcast, Design and the City in discussion with Yoko Choy, Wallpaper* Magazine's China Editor and the co-founder of Collective Contemporist. This episode also features Beatrice Leanza, director of Lisbon's MAAT Museum as well as Jee Liu and Jamie Wallace, co-founders of WallaceLiu in discussion at reSITE. Photo courtesy of Damo Yang.
Listen to Episode 2 of reSITE's new podcast Design and the City featuring Chris Precht, founder of Studio Precht. Design in the City is a podcast all about the ways we can use design to make cities more livable and loveable. Listen wherever you get your podcasts.
We take a deeper look into some of the issues and topics that will shape our cities and the lives of its dwellers as well as what remedies could build better cities in the decade to come.
Design and the City Podcast episode 1 features Thomas Heatherwick + Special Guest Host from ArchDaily, Christele Harrouk
"Design and the City" is a podcast published by reSITE about the ways we can use design to make cities more livable and lovable. Catch weekly episodes starting February 4th, 2020.
It's the end of a decade but the start of an age, for reSITE. Relive some of our most favorite shared ideas through the years.
Principal architect for MAD Architects, Yosuke Hayano says the studio strives to connect architecture to nature through the creation of emotional and spiritual spaces for everyday life.
As we forward from REGENERATE, some quotes, thought and ideas hang in our minds. When we think about regenerating our cities - making the old new again utilizing repurposed space with rejuvenated programs, a crucial question was how to incorporate climate action into city-making.