A virtual meeting place to investigate urbanism in South East Asia.
Our annual ‘Street Life Studies’ course runs in partnership between UNSW Sydney and RUFA Phnom Penh. Students work in teams to observe and analyse the spaces, systems and behaviours in the street environments of Sydney and Phnom Penh. This course is supported by the Australian Government New Colombo Plan.
The role of the architect in humanitarian projects
Housing in rapidly urbanising South-east Asian cities: Cambodia focus
Street life, neighbourhood wanderings
Social Solidarity, Physical Distance: What Happens Now to Virtual, International, Community-Engaged Education
- Food, decentralised, the role of public space in food access for Phnom Penh’s marginalised groups_virtual (June-Aug 2021)
- Symbiotic seniors, how the vulnerable elderly in Phnom Penh have been affected by lack of access to food in the COVID19 pandemic_virtual (June-Aug 2021)
- Ways of bonding, the corridor as social space in Phnom Penh_virtual (Jan 2020)
- Urban informality in Phnom Penh, studies of everyday resilience (Jan 2019)
- Low cost housing investigations in Siem Reap, Battambang, Mondulkiri, Phnom Penh (Jan 2019)
- Currents Art and Urbanism festival, Phnom Penh, graphic communications (Jan 2018)