Simulation Workshop: Energy-Efficiency
MOD Institute was organizer of a simulation workshop on a energy-efficient neighborhood. Together with 15 international CEOs, MOD introduced a simulation game which combines a set of methods by the MOD research lab to identify sustainable solutions for a energy-efficient neighborhood in Bangalore.
The interactive, non-line simulation was moderated by MOD Institute and led to three different scenario proposals. To understand the complexity of urban processes, MOD Institute combines a set of methods, like Mapping, Rolegaming, Designing, Planning, Scenario Thinking, and Multi-Stakeholder Approach.
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We work independently and in collaboration with an extended network of individuals and organisations to visualise urban processes and challenges so as to inform participation and intervention.
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