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Bronze Prize in responsive design

Design: Wonseob Jung (Architecture Student (Ryerson University)
Photo credits: Wonseob Jung

Description (parts): “By lacking the use of urban parks, the local community is the deficit of communal spaces to host public interactive activities, as well as an intermediate escape from the recurring intense heat. Moreover, although a city in a hot climate region struggles to encourage outdoor activities or events, being in a hot climate does not mean that it is always suffocating for all users. There are moments when exposure to nature can evoke pleasant weather that is suitable to be outside. To cope with this, the design proposes an intelligent canopy system in an urban park that ameliorates the effects of hot climate through its capability to rapidly adapt to the necessary programs or simply the needs of various occupants underneath. The interactive features aim to attract the locals and tourists to further utilize the parks, as well as fulfilling the various needs of the users that static shading devices could not touch upon (…).”

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