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Annual Design Research Conference

27-28 September 2018
A conference devoted to design research in built environment fields; architecture, landscape, interior, and urban design.

The Annual Design Research Conference for 2018 (ADR18) was devoted to design research in built environment fields (architecture, landscape, interior, and urban design), it consisted of plenary sessions and a curated exhibition for design works.

ADR18 was held at the University of Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning in association with the Tin Sheds Gallery on 27-28 September 2018. ADR19 will be held at Monash University, and subsequent years at various partnering universities.

Keynote Speakers

Professor Momoyo Kaijima
Atelier Bow-Wow and ETH, Zurich

Professor Momoyo Kaijima graduated from the Faculty of Domestic Science at Japan Women’s University in 1991. She founded Atelier Bow-Wow with Yoshiharu Tsukamoto in 1992. From 2017 she has served as a Professor of Architectural Behaviorology at ETH in Zurich.  Momoyo has taught as a visiting professor at the Department of Architecture at Harvard GSD (2003, 2016), guest professor at ETH Zurich (2005-07), the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts (2011-12), Rice University (2014-15), Delft University of Technology (2015-16), and Columbia University (2017). While engaging in design projects for houses, public buildings and station plazas, she has conducted numerous investigations of the city through architecture such as Made in Tokyo (2001) and Pet Architecture (2002).  

Emeritus Professor Leon van Schaik AO
School of Architecture and Urban Design, RMIT
Paper: In The Medium Itself - Three decades of design practice research at RMIT

Emeritus Professor Leon van Schaik AO, B.Arch. Studies (Ncle), AADip (SADG), M.Arch (UCT), PhD (CNAA), RIBA, LFAIA, LFAA, School of Architecture and Urban Design, RMIT, has written books on spatial thinking, the poetics of architecture and the processes involved in procuring innovative architecture. The practice-based research program that he initiated in 1987 has become a template for institutions worldwide. His support of local architectural cultures and his leadership in the procurement of exemplary architecture has resulted in some of Melbourne’s most distinguished contemporary buildings. He is a founding member of the Academic Court of the London School of Architecture.

ADR18 conference was held at the University of Sydney, School of Architecture, Design and Planning, 27-28 September 2018.

Keynote Speakers: Professor Momoyo Kaijima, Atelier Bow-wow and Emeritus Professor Leon van Schaik AO, RMIT.

ADR18 was convened by the Architectural Design Research Group at the University of Sydney School of Architecture Design and Planning.

Co-conveners: 
Professor Mathew Aitchison
Dr Sarah Breen Lovett

ADR18 will consist of a curated exhibition for design works alongside the plenary sessions. The exhibition will be held in the Hearth of the University of Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning, in association with the Tin Sheds Gallery on 27-28 September 2018.

Exhibitors

  • Robert Cameron and Andrei Smolik (UWA & Curtin University [FIHSIHKAHLVRRCHUWAHL<>] Conceptual Film
  • Francois Blanciak (University of Sydney) Towards a Leaking Roof: An Experimental Water- Catching Building Design in Hokkaido, Japan
  • Campbell Drake (University of Technology Sydney) Performance and Discipline in Architecture: The Accumulation of Cyclical Operations in Critical Spatial Practice.
  • Shayani Fernando (University of Sydney) The Culture of Crafting: Exploring the relationship between the Hand and the Machine in Digital Stone
  • Bana Hankin, Jorge Valiente, Gonzalo Valiente, Amaia Sanchez- Velasco, Miguel Rodriguez Casellas (University of Technology Sydney, GRANDEZA, TOMA) Revel After The Curfew
  • Leandro Cappetto, Miguel Urs Bette (University of Adeliade, Urs Bette : Design) Unreasonable Creatures
  • Rachel Hurst (University of South Australia) Megalomaniacal plans: exploiting time and transparency
  • Roger Kemp, Anthony Fryatt and Katie Collins (RMIT) Two Way Hinged
  • Chuan Khoo (RMIT) Finding Byaduk: thinking objects as prototypes of affective telepresence with digital data
  • Michael Jasper (University of Canberra) Diagonal Works
  • Markus Jung and Maud Cassaignau (Monash University) The Melbourne Section: A context specific design- research applied across a strategic metropolitan territory
  • Sam Kebbell, Cam Wilson, Riley Adams-Winch (Victoria University of Wellington) All Along the Watchtower: Attitudes to Nature in a Coastal Visitor Centre
  • Paul Loh and David Leggett (University of Melbourne) Machining Aesthetics: Tool Making as Design Research
  • Ainslie Murray (UNSW) Everyday life
  • Phorm architecture + design with Silvia Micheli and Antony Moulis (Phorm architecture + design University of Queensland) Building the New Density: One Room Tower
  • Dagmar Reinhardt, Ninotschka Titchkosky, Dylan Wozniak- OConnor, Rod Watt, Chris Bickerton, Densil Cabrera, Christhina Candido (University of Sydney, BVN) A Robotically Woven Ceiling Structure
  • Francois Roche (New-Territories) “The dance of the death’’ / digital morbidity / my anomaly _ BKK
  • Tim Schork, Paul Nicholas and Dane Voorderhake (University of Technology Sydney, KADK)  Multi-Scalar Modelling And Robotic Fabrication Of Freeform Lightweight Copper Façades
  • David Tapias Monne (University of Sydney) Full-scale Minipod mock-up
  • Daniel Tish, Tim Schork and Tran Tuan Anh Dang (University of Technology Sydney) Transient Geometries: Computational Design and Robotic 3D Printing of Functionally Graded Dynamic Meshes
  • Simon Weir, Dylan Wozniak- O'Connor, Rodney Watt and Rin Masuda (University of Sydney) Exquisite Corpse Vault
Thursday 27 September
  • Mohamed Abdelaal and Veronica Soebarto (University of Adelaide, Cairo University, Effat University) The Death of Modern Hospitals: Towards a Comprehensive Approach for Restorative Healthcare Environmental Design
  • Suzie Attiwill (RMIT) Practice Research PhDs in Interior Design
  • Chris Barton, Jeremy Smith and Kathy Waghorn (University of Auckland, Irving Smith Architects) An essential tension: the changing space between practice and academia in teaching design research
  • Robert Cameron and Andrei Smolik (University of Western Australia, Curtin University) Critiquing Hypermediated Public Space Through Exploratory Design
  • Rachel Couper and Ivana Kuzmanovska (University of Sydney) MAKE Studio: A reflection on the value of the design charrette in architectural education
  • Norman Day and Kirsten Day (Swinburne University) Neptune's Fishbowl ?Australia's First Post-Modern Building?
  • Christina Deluchi and Gonzalo Valiente (University of Technology Sydney) Working Document, or, Final Product? The Indo-Pacific Atlas in Seven Acts
  • Campbell Drake (University of Technology Sydney) Performance and Discipline in Architecture
  • Muge Fialho Leandro Alves Teixeira, Kirsty Volz, Glenda Caldwell and Jared Donovan (Queensland University of Technology) UAP (Urban Art Projects): Transgressions between making, craft, and technology for Architects and Artists
  • Frederico Fialho Teixeira (University of Queensland) Media Architecture and Spatial Systems: Mediated Realities in Architecture
  • Nicole Gardner and Homa Rahmat (University of New South Wales) Digital dialogues: Computational design from promise to retweet
  • Sarah Jamieson (RMIT) Research Recreation
  • Markus Jung and Maud Cassaignau (Monash University) The Melbourne Section: A context specific design-research applied across a strategic metropolitan territory
  • Chuan Khoo (RMIT) Finding Byaduk: thinking objects as prototypes of affective telepresence with digital data
  • Laurence Kimmel (University of New South Wales) Curation as Creation of ‘Abstract Landscapes’ Comprised of Artworks: Creating Spatial and Temporal Links between Artworks in Multiple Gallery Spaces.
  • David Kroll (University of South Australia) Applied Design Research Methods: Reflections on an Industry-linked and Multidisciplinary Project to Develop a Prototype Sustainable House
  • Erik L'Heureux (National University of Singapore) Hot and Wet: Architectures of the Equator
  • Duncan Maxwell (University of Sydney) The Ecosystem Revolution: Co-ordinating Construction by Design
  • Alexandra McRobert (University of Sydney) DESIGNING AFFORDABILITY: Interdisciplinarity in design research as methodology for tackling housing affordability
  • Silvia Micheli and Antony Moulis (University of Queensland) New Inner-city Living: Testing the Micro-context
  • Sarosh Mulla (The University of Auckland) Welcome Shelter – Procuring Design Research in the New Zealand Landscape for Tourism
  • Francois Roche (New-T), Ezio Blasetti - Danielle Willems (MÆTA DESIGN), Matias Del Campo - Sandra Manninger (SPAN), Roland Snooks . Benoit Durandin . Stephan Henrich . Gwyll Jahn (ide.ai)..." (New-Territories) #digitaldisobediences ....but Architecture [gardens of earthly delights] - Presented by Dr Lian Loke
  • David Tapias Monne and Duncan Maxwell (University of Sydney) Open Process Ecosystems. Beyond Product Platforms for Multi-Storey Habitats design and manufacturing
  • Simon Twose, Jules Moloney and Lawrence Harvey (Victoria University of Wellington, RMIT) Canyon: Experiments in Drawing through Analogue Sketching, Sound and Virtual Reality

Friday 28 September

  • Diego Arroyo and Cristián Schmitt )Pontifica Universidad Católica de Chile) Design/Build Technological Architectural Education In Chile: Participative Bottom-Up Design Approach In The Course “Introducción A La Construcción”
  • Alex Bissember, Sonja Hindrum, Michael Hornblow, Nathan Kilah, Jacqueline Power, Stuart Thickett, Aaron Yong (University of Tasmania) Growing and Biofabricating SCOBY: a project developed in an extended cross- disciplinary research team
  • Andrew Burns (University of Sydney) Developing a Provisional Model of Design Research
  • Maryam Fayyaz (University of Queensland) OBLIQUE SPECULATIONS: a study of Frank Lloyd Wright’s grid in the drawings of Edwin H Oribin
  • Shayani Fernando (University of Sydney) The Culture of Crafting: Exploring the relationship between the Hand and the Machine in Digital Stone Sculpture
  • Michael Jasper (University of Canberra) Composing the Whole Thing: Design Research in Peter Eisenman’s Recent Studio Teaching
  • Paul Loh and David Leggett (University of Melbourne Architectural Research Laboratory) Machining Aesthetics: Tool Making as Design Research
  • Adrian Lo (University of Auckland) Space Making in Nepal: Exploring design pedagogical strategies for a Newari Cultural Center
  • Paul Loh, David Leggett and Daniel Prohasky (University of Melbourne Architectural Research Laboratory, Swinburne University of Technology) PAM: Parametric Adjustable Mould
  • Patrick Macasaet (RMIT) Design Studio as Research Catalysts: Unpacking a Research Trajectory
  • Michael Mossman (University of Sydney) Architectural spaces of engagement and the cultural interface – disrupting the Great Hall
  • Rafik Patel (Auckland University of Technology) Horizon of Being
  • Louie Navarro and Gerhard Bruyns (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University) On why we can not envision a tesseract: ‘unfolding’ the interior once more (reflections on three representational techniques for the design of the interior)
  • Diego Ramirez-Lovering, Michaela Prescott and Hesam Kamalipour (Monash Art, Design and Architecture) RISE: A case study for design research in informal settlement revitalisation Interdisciplinary Design Research in Informal Settlements
  • Dagmar Reinhardt, Ninotschka Titchkosky, Dylan Wozniak-OConnor, Rod Watt, Chris Bickerton,
  • Densil Cabrera, Christhina Candido (University of Sydney, BVN) Design Research between Academia and Practice: Systems Reef – Developing A Robotic, Carbon-Fibre Wound, Integrated Ceiling Structure
  • Jakob Reising, Marvin Kehl and Stefan (Schäfer Technische Universität, Darmstadt Institute for Constructive Design and Building Construction) A Design Tool for Shell Structures made of Curved Sandwich Panels
  • Marcin Strzala (Monash University & Warsaw University of Technology) Teaching Digital Fabrication in Non-digital Context.
  • Jorge Valiente, Amaia Sanchez-Velasco and Gonzalo Valiente (University of Technology Sydney) New Geographies of Violence
  • Kathy Waghorn (University of Auckland) The City as our School
  • Leanne Zilka (RMIT) Floppy_Logic

 

Download the full conference schedule.

Thursday 27 September 
​10am: Introduction​
10.30am – 6pm: Conference Sessions 
7pm: Conference dinner

Friday 28 September 
10am: KeynoteEmeritus Professor Leon van Schaik AO
11am – 5.30pm: Conference Sessions 
5.30pm: Keynote - Professor Momoyo Kaijima
6.30pm: Sydney Architecture Festival Launch Party

The University of Sydney will host the closing event of the ADR18 conference and exhibition to coincide with the launch party of the Sydney Architecture Festival at the University of Sydney’s, School of Architecture Design and Planning on the 28th September at 6-9pm.

This is a timely partnership as the theme of the Sydney Architecture Festival is focused upon celebrating major milestones in Australian architecture and the School of Architecture, Design and Planning will be having their 100 year Centenary Celebration with the Centenary Exhibition on at Tin Sheds Gallery.

Australian Universities

University of Sydney

  • Dr Arianna Brambilla, Lecturer in Architectural Technology, Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning, The University of Sydney
  • Dr Christhina Candido, Senior Lecturer in Architectural Technology, Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning, The University of Sydney
  • Dr Rachel Couper, Post Doctoral Research Fellow, Innovation in Applied Design Lab, Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning, The University of Sydney
  • Dr Eugenia Gasparri, Post Doctoral Research Fellow, Innovation in Applied design Lab, School of Architecture, Design and Planning, The University of Sydney
  • Associate Professor Glen Hill, Co-coordinator of First Year Design & Coordinator of Undergraduate and Master of Architecture Honours, Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning,  The University of Sydney
  • Ms Catherine Lassen, Senior Lecturer in Architecture, Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning, The University of Sydney
  • Associate Professor Sandra Löschke, Director of Architecture Design and Technology, Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning, The University of Sydney
  • Mr Duncan Maxwell, Researcher, Innovation in Applied Design Lab, Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning, The University of Sydney
  • Dr David Tapias Monne, Post Doctoral Research Fellow, Innovation in Applied Design Lab, Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning, The University of Sydney
  • Dr Rizal Muslimin, Lecturer Computational Design, Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning, The University of Sydney
  • Dr Dagmar Reinhardt, Program Director BAE, Master of Digital Architecture Research Leader & Leader Architecture Robotics Lab and Research, Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning, The University of Sydney
  • Dr Paolo Stracchi, Lecturer in Architectural Technology, Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning, The University of Sydney
  • Professor Michael Tawa, Associate Dean Indigenous and Lecturer in Architecture: History and Theory, Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning, The University of Sydney
  • Dr Simon Weir, Scholarly Teaching Fellow, Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning, The University of Sydney

University of New South Wales

  • Dr Nicole Gardner, Lecturer, Computational Design, Built Environment, UNSW Sydney
  • Associate Professor M. Hank Haeusler, Discipline Director, Computational Design Australian School of Architecture and Design, Built Environment, UNSW Sydney
  • Dr Laurence Kimmel, Lecturer, Faculty of the Built Environment, UNSW Sydney
  • Professor Stephen Loo, Interdisciplinary Professor of Design and Art, UNSW Art & Design, UNSW Sydney
  • Dr Ainslie Murray, Senior Lecturer,  Built Environment, UNSW Sydney
  • Dr Katrina Simon, Senior Lecturer, Landscape Architecture, Built Environment, UNSW Sydney
  • Dr Cathy Smith, Richard Rogers Fellow Fall 2018 Harvard GSD, Turnbull Foundation Women in the Built Environment scholar), UNSW Sydney

RMIT University

  • Associate Professor Suzie Attiwill, Associate Dean Interior Design, School of Architecture and Urban Design, RMIT University, Melbourne
  • Mr John Doyle, Lecturer, Architecture and Urban Design, RMIT University, Melbourne
  • Associate Professor Lawrence Harvey, SIAL Sound Studios, Interim Associate Dean Research, School of Design, College of Design and Social Context, RMIT University, Melbourne
  • Dr Roger Kemp, Lecturer, Interior Design, RMIT University, Melbourne
  • Associate Professor Gretchen Wilkins, Head of Department, Design RMIT University, Vietnam
  • Ms Leanne Zilka, Lecturer, Architecture and Urban Design, RMIT University, Melbourne

University of Adelaide

  • Dr Mohamed S. Abdelaal, Lecturer, Effat University Saudi Arabia, Cairo University Egypt and The University of Adelaide
  • Dr Urs Bette, Senior Lecturer, School of Architecture and Built Environment, The University of Adelaide
  • Dr Jo Russell-Clarke, Lecturer, School of Architecture and the Built Environment, The University of Adelaide
  • Professor Veronica Soebarto, School of Architecture and Built Environment, The University of Adelaide

University of South Australia

  • Dr Rachel Hurst, Senior Lecturer, School of Art, Architecture and Design, University of South Australia
  • Dr David Kroll, Lecturer in Architecture, School of Art Architecture and Design, University of South Australia
  • Dr Katica Pedisic, Lecturer in Architecture, School of Art Architecture and Design, University of South Australia

University of Technology, Sydney

  • Professor Thea Brejzek, School of Design, University of Technology, Sydney
  • Professor Anthony Burke, Associate Dean International and Engagement, School of Architecture, University of Technology, Sydney
  • Associate Professor Tim Schork, Director Transformative Technologies + Data Poetics Lab, School of Architecture, Faculty of Design Architecture and Building, University of Technology, Sydney    

University of Queensland

  • Dr Frederico Fialho Teixeira, Lecturer, School of Architecture, University of Queensland
  • Dr Silvia Micheli, Lecturer, School of Architecture, The University of Queensland
  • Dr Antony Moulis,  Associate Professor & Director of ATCH, School of Architecture, The University of Queensland

University of Melbourne

  • Dr. David O'Brien, Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning, The University of Melbourne
  • Dr Alberto Pugnale, Senior Lecturer in Architectural Design, Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning, Melbourne School of Design MSD, University of Melbourne

Monash University

  • Dr Michaela Prescott, Post Doctoral Research Fellow, Monash Art Design and Architecture (MADA), Monash University
  • Professor Diego Ramirez-Lovering, Monash Art Design & Architecture MADA, Monash University

Bond University

  • Assistant Professor Jonathan Nelson, The Abedian School of Architecture, Faculty of Society and Design, Bond University

University of Canberra

  • Associate Professor Michael Jasper, Course Convenor Master of Architecture, Architecture, University of Canberra

Griffith University

  • Dr Zuzana Kovar, zuzana&nicholas architects, Lecturer, Architecture and Design, Griffith University

University of Newcastle

  • Professor SueAnne Ware, Head of School, School of Architecture and Built Environment, The University of Newcastle

Queensland University of Technology

  • Dr. Muge Belek Fialho Teixeira, Post-Doctoral Researcher in QUT Design Robotics, Queensland University of Technology

Swinburne University of Technology

  • Professor Jane Burry, School of Design, Faculty of Health, Arts and Design, Swinburne University of Technology

University of Tasmania

  • Dr Jacqueline Power, Lecturer, Architecture & Design  School of Technology Environments & Design, College of Sciences and Engineering, University of Tasmania

Western Sydney University

  • Professor Chris Knapp, Chair of Architecture School of Computing, Engineering and Mathematics, Western Sydney University

International Institutions

Victoria University of Wellington

  • Dr Sam Kebbell, Lecturer, School of Architecture, Victoria University of Wellington
  • Professor Joanna Merwood-Salisbury, Associate Dean, Research and Innovation, Faculty of Architecture and Design, Victoria University of Wellington
  • Dr Simon Twose, Senior Lecturer in Architecture, School of Architecture Te Kura Waihanga, Victoria University of Wellington
  • Mr Hans-Christian Wilhelm,  Senior Lecturer in Sustainable Architecture, Faculty of Architecture & Design, Victoria University of Wellington

University of Auckland

  • Associate Professor Julia Gatley, Head of School, Architecture and Planning, Faculty of Creative Arts and Industries, The University of Auckland
  • Dr Sarosh Mulla, Designer Director, PAC Studio, Lecturer, University of Auckland
  • Dr. Kathy Waghorn, Senior Lecturer, School of Architecture and Planning, Faculty of Creative Arts and Industries, Te Whare Wananga o Tamaki Makaurau, University of Auckland

University of Technology Darmstadt

  • Professor Stefan Schäfer, University of Technology, Darmstadt

Universidad de los Andes

  • Associate Professor Juan Pablo Aschner, Faculty of Architecture and Design, Universidad de los Andes, Colombia. Director of DEARQ Journal of Architecture

Edingburgh School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture

  • Dr Adrian Hawker Lecturer in Architectural Design (Contemporary Practices) Programme Director : Master of Architecture, Edinburgh School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture

Eurac Research

  • Dr Annalisa Andaloro, Senior Researcher in the Energy Efficient Buildings group, Eurac Research, Institute for Renewable Energy

Hong Kong Polytechnic University

  • Dr. Gerhard Bruyns, Assistant Professor & Deputy Discipline Leader Environmental and Interior Design, School of Design, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong, SAR.

University of Kent

  • Dr. Luciano Cardellicchio, Leverhulme Research Fellow, Lecturer in Technology & Environment, Kent School of Architecture, University of Kent.

Kyoto University

  • Professor Thomas Daniell, Department of Architecture and Architectural Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University

Politecnico Milano

  • Eng. Enrico Sergio Mazzucchelli, Research fellow and adjunct professor, Politecnico di Milano

University of Singapore

  • Associate Professor, Lilian Chee, Leader, History Theory Criticism Cluster Department of Architecture, School of Design and Environment, National University of Singapore

 

 

Call for Proposals released:

21 December 2017

Initial Proposals Deadline (300 words and images):

16 February 2018

Initial Proposals Feedback / Acceptance:

16 March 2018

Full Paper Due (max 3,500 words)

15 May 2018

Full Paper Feedback:

15 June 2018

Presenters Registration Deadline

13 July 2018

Items for Exhibition received

13 August 2018

Exhibition Bump in

21 September 2018

ADR18 University of Sydney

27-28 September 2018

 

Publication Released

Before ADR19 - September 2019

Architect participants at the ADR18 Conference, may claim 10 hours of formal CPD for the 2-day conference, based on the following learning outcomes:


  • Participants will be able to report on at least 3 paper or project presentations they have seen.
  • Participants will be able to differentiate and characterize at least 3 different approaches or “methods” to design as research.
  • Participants are asked to articulate if they find research through design useful to their practice.

In order to earn formal CPD points, participants are required to submit a short written 300-500 word summary of the conference to sarah.breenlovett@sydney.edu.au. The summary will cover specific sections in regards to the learning outcomes listed above. Submission is after the conference. The School of Architecture, Design and Planning, The University of Sydney will issue a digital certificate confirming receipt of the report, which the participant can use as evidence of Formal CPD. The best summary will  be published on the conference website.

We are pleased to announce three conference partners for this event for a range of budgets. Please peruse the websites of The Old Clare in Chippendale, The Collectionist in Camperdown and The Haven in Glebe. All are a short 20-minute walk to the Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning, The University of Sydney. When you phone to book your accommodation, quote the ADR18 conference for dates between 27-29 September 2018, and you will receive a 15% discount on their best available rates.

Future Publication

With a view to offering a further platform for the design-led research promoted through ADR18, we are pleased to announce a commitment to publish selected outputs through Drawing On, an Edinburgh University-based peer-reviewed journal of Research by Design. As part of this newly-established collaboration, selected ADR18 proposals will be considered for publication. We encourage ADR18 contributors to familiarise themselves with the Drawing On guidelines, (available for download in the right menu bar) which allow for a wide range of formats and breadth of media, and supports the ambitions of ADR18 in finding novel modes of presentation for Design Research scholarship. Selected works will be reviewed and published in Drawing On, ahead of the following ADR Conference at Monash University, in September 2019.

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