Ashley Scott Kelly

Infrastructure scenarios shown at conservation technology symposium in Washington DC

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Modelling Infrastructure Scenarios in Data-Poor Regions:
Land change, mitigation strategies, and 3D-printed landscapes

Ashley Scott Kelly, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Architecture, The University of Hong Kong
Dorothy Tang, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Architecture, The University of Hong Kong
Hanna Helsingen, Green Economy Team Lead, WWF Myanmar
Nirmal Bhagabati, Senior Scientist, Natural Capital, WWF US

A series of 3D-printed surface models detail design solutions for mitigating impacts of new road infrastructure on wildlife habitat and ecosystem services in southern Myanmar. More methodology than pure technology, these models facilitate dialogue on possible futures and exhibit the increasing levels of detail and narrative achievable with innovative approaches to site design in places that otherwise lack specific data and resolution.

Exhibited at World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Fuller Symposium 2015: Wired in the Wild: Can technology save the planet?, National Geographic, Washington DC.

Scenario 1: Hybrid Landscape Approach.
Scenario 1: Hybrid Landscape Approach.
Scenario 1: Hybrid Landscape Approach.
Scenario 1: Hybrid Landscape Approach.
Scenario 2: Engineered Approach.
Scenario 2: Engineered Approach.
Scenario 2: Engineered Approach.
Scenario 2: Engineered Approach.
In-situ studies of three alignment scenarios at three locations along the Dawei road.
In-situ studies of three alignment scenarios at three locations along the Dawei road.

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