Social Algorithms 7.0
: REDEFINE LOCAL TERRITORY IN THE PANDEMIC ERA
Social Algorithms 7.0 is a series workshop previously AAVS Seoul since 2012. The workshop has been investing in unique collaborative research based on computational design methodologies and social and approaches in dealing with urban and architectural issues.
Being online this year, SA7.0 will run 4 parallel workshops lead by teams of experts from different backgrounds to collaboratively execute and output design projects dealing with social issues using computational tools and thinking methodologies.
Invited mentors Joohaeng Lee, Namju Lee, Junghyun Woo, Woojae Sung, Casey Rehm
Unit masters Hanjun Kim, Seungah Choi, Taeyoon Kim, Dongyoon Kim
Board members Jinseok Park, Jaewon Yi, Daesong Lee
Founding directors Soomeen Hahm, Jooeun Sung
Unit 1&4 Final Crit
Previous Year Work
Unit 2&3 Final Crit
Our relationship in local or global network, whether its physical relation or virtual relation, are changing with the attack of COVID 19. Travel across the international border are reduced by 90% and group meetings are minimized by sizes and chances. Global contacts are all shifted to virtual world, while people work at home or locally during quarantine. This will change local activity and territory. This tendency questions how the city’s usage pattern and form will change in the near future. To foresee urban changes in post pandemic era, we try to redefine and delineate local territory as a first step.