Related Staff : Jersey Poon
Student: Fu Linya, Bellamy
This thesis tries to explore and document the process with the question that “how and can an architect engage in places where there is little understanding of the needs for design? And how far can an architect create changes in a completely self-driven practical project when he is neither the Party A nor the B? “. Aiming to demonstrate that architects have the capacity to work in multiple roles, identifying problems through self-scouting and investigation, with a professional eye, finding opportunities and seeking multiple collaborations to push an architectural project forward. In this process, feedback from and communication with various parties with different interests is an important evaluation criterion for the architectural proposal and its implementation. It documents the entire process and show how it works, and then hopefully use these different tools and processes to pave the way for architects to find new directions for their future practice and maximize their initiatives.