Jed Long is passionate about architecture, community engagement and art. Jed is a co-founder of Sydney-based Architecture collective Cave Urban and is currently studying his PhD in Architecture with the University of Tasmania, he has a Master’s Degree in Architecture and a Bachelors Degree in Architecture from the University of NSW. Jed is currently an Associate with the University of Tasmania; a Casual Academic at University of Technology Sydney and Project Director of Cabe Urban. Utilising the fluid relationship between art and architecture, Cave Urban explores, creates and tests new structural systems outside the confines of the architectural profession, that emphasise community engagement and the continuation of vernacular tradition. Jed sees collaboration as a key component to the development of bamboo globally. Working with a number of different organisations including the Humanitarian Bamboo Project, Taiwanese artist Wang Wen Chih and various universities, Jed weaves together a range of different projects from community capability building to artistic installations that form a larger interrelated narrative. Jed continues to investigate the translation of traditional bamboo construction into contemporary building practice.

Project

The AV Jennings Churchill Fellowship to research bamboo construction and treatment methods to develop Australia's bamboo industry

The AV Jennings Churchill Fellowship to research bamboo construction and treatment methods to develop Australia's bamboo industry

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Jed Long

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