Regenerative Futures of Mine Sites: Heal the Scar Case Study - Future Scenarios Concept Design

Roos, P.B., Jones, D.S., Potter, A., Spence, P., Mcdonald, A. and Angus, T. 2019, Regenerative Futures of Mine Sites: Heal the Scar Case Study - Future Scenarios Concept Design, The Live+Smart Research Laboratory, Deakin University, Geelong, Vic..

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Title Regenerative Futures of Mine Sites: Heal the Scar Case Study - Future Scenarios Concept Design
Creator(s) Roos, P.B.ORCID iD for Roos, P.B. orcid.org/0000-0002-5571-1059
Jones, D.S.ORCID iD for Jones, D.S. orcid.org/0000-0003-3990-5520
Potter, A.
Spence, P.
Mcdonald, A.
Angus, T.
Contributor(s) Tutt, T.ORCID iD for Tutt, T. orcid.org/0000-0001-5913-5100
Smith, D.
Halliwell, D.
Usma Alvarez, L.
Boyle, C.
Parton, S.
Donley, C.
Stonell, N.
Williamson, D.
Rollo, A.
Esteban, Y.
Costin, G.
Afrooz, A.
Bartesaghi Koc, C.
Pancholi, S.
Beza, B.ORCID iD for Beza, B. orcid.org/0000-0002-0639-136X
Berghofer, D.
Herron, J.
Baida, M.
Tokede, O.
Sidiqui, P.
Zeunert, J.
Walker, A.
DeKay, M.
Bennett, S.
Eccles, C.
Kennedy, M.
Threadgold, H.
Squire, D.
Partner(s) Grimshaw Architects
Year presented 2019
Event name Live+Smart Research Laboratory Opening Event & Heal the Scar. Exhibition (2019 : Deakin University)
Event location Deakin University
Event start date 31 Jul. 2019
Event end date 7 Jun. 2019
Publisher The Live+Smart Research Laboratory, Deakin University
Place of publication Geelong, Vic.
Description of resource 8 day exhibition
Keyword(s) Architecture
Architectural Design
Regenerative Design
Integral Design
Regenerative-Adaptive
Sustainable Communities
Rehabilitation Mine Sites
Anglesea
Ecological Sustainability
Environment
Sustainable Design
Research statement This exhibition presented the potentials of ecologically and sustainable design inspired concept designs for the recently closed open cast coal mine site in Anglesea, Victoria, Australia. The fundamental research and investigations of the Heal the Scar Project looks at how can we best rehabilitate exhausted quarry and mine sites and holistically (environmentally, socially, culturally and economically) enriching both the site and its surrounding community.
Notes The event features an exhibition of the visionary concept designs from the Heal the Scar project, a regenerative-adaptive future proposed for the exhausted Anglesea mine site, concluding with a presentation about the project by Alison Potter, Principal at Grimshaw Architects.
Language eng
Indigenous content off
HERDC Research category J1 Major original creative work
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30137265

 
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