Work shop Février 2016, Toronto, George Brown College : How do we transform Kerry’s existing assets into job opportunities?
County Kerry is a small region in the southwest of Ireland. It is a rugged coastal area rich in history, culture, and wildlife, but similar to other interstitial areas, it faces depopulation and problems stimulating and maintaining economic activity. In particular, since the 2008 economic crisis the region has faced difficulty dealing with the side-effects of the crisis, with little potential investors and jobs available.
In only five days, "Charrette" teams, composed of students from all over the world, proposed unique and multifaceted design solutions that can be readily used in Iveragh and the surrounding area.