On Friday the 8th of July 2016 a group of 18 Master students in Landscape Architecture, Architecture, Urban Design and Project Management, from the Universities of Adelaide, Strasbourg and Tongji, have successfully completed the first IJUD studio (Interdisciplinary Joint Urban Design Studio) in Strasbourg ENSA.
The topic of the studio was “Inner Harbours, Sharing Economy, Urban Mobility” and was coordinated by Dr Elisa Palazzo and Arch Anne Jaureguiberry with Prof Jean Alain Héraud, Prof Cristiana Mazzoni, and Prof Jian Zhou. The scope of the studio was to bring together a group of students with different nationalities and backgrounds to work on the urban and architectural space of Sharing Economy and Economic Creativity.

The next edition of the IJUD studio will be held in April 2017 in Adelaide, South Australia.