On the 5th of July Tris Kee (Registered Architect, Director of the Community Project Workshop and an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Architecture, the University of Hong Kong) will give a lecture on bottom-up initiatives and community planning in Hong Kong. The lecture is a follow-up on the exchange between Amsterdam and Hong Kong, that began with the conference WeOwnTheCity that took place in the beginning of March in Hong Kong.
On the 5th of July the exchange between Hong Kong and Amsterdam continues when Tris Kee gives a lecture at ARCAM. Kee is a registered Architect, Director of the Community Project Workshop and an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Architecture, the University of Hong Kong, Kee's interests encompass the fields of Architecture, Urban Planning, Professional Practice, Contemporary Building Construction and Community Engagement Process. A graduate of the University of Waterloo with a Master of Architecture, Kee grew up in Canada and worked in Rome, Amsterdam, London and Vancouver before returning to Hong Kong. She has worked on a broad range of projects including urban revitalization schemes, district aspiration studies, waterfront planning research, sustainable development, heritage conservation and public engagements in all districts of Hong Kong. In all of her work, Kee advocates an active approach to engaging community participation in the practice in architecture and design.
Location: ARCAM, Prins Hendrikkade 600
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