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Inflection
Vol. 5

TreePlayer

November 2018

Article on TreePlayer project to be published in forthcoming issue of Inflection (Feedback)due for launch November 2018.

Read the abstract here.





Liveable Cities

Urban Renewal: The Acland Street Upgrade

April 2018

Abstract written on behalf of presenters from City of Port Philip + BKK Architects. Accepted for the 11th Liveable Cities Conference (Melbourne, July 2018).

Read it here.





Assemble Papers

What Would Boyd Do, Indeed?

November 2017

Reflection on What would Boyd do? Small Homes Service for today, a conversation hosted by Rory Hyde and Philip Goad on 15 October 2017 at MPavilion.

Read it at Assemble Papers.





PROCESS

Process.ed

March 2018


Forthcoming publication celebrating 15 years of PROCESS at Loop Bar. Due for launch late 2018.

Established editorial premise +  original contributor list; collated  archival content.

Publication to be completed by PROCESS curator Lisa Gerstman + graphic designer Nina Read, with former curator Amelyn Ng. 





Inflection
Vol. 3

New Order

November 2016

Co-editor with Courtney Foote + John Gatip.


Subtitled ‘Transdisciplinarity in Architectural Practice’, New Order explores the achievements, limitations and future implications of this new hybridisation of architecture and adjacent disciplines.

New Order features contributions from Rory Hyde, Christina Varvia of Forensic Architecture, Lateral Office, Breathe Architecture, Luke Pearson, The Decorators and others.

Inflection is the annual student-run journal from the Melbourne School of Design, published by AADR.

View a preview of the issue here, or purchase a copy online here. Copies also sold at selected MSD events.





Designing for Dementia

Gladys in
Wonderland

November 2017

Read my short article in conversation with studio leader, architect + accessiblity advocate Brian Kidd, published in MSD’s Atrium.

Or read my slightly longer article published in the Australian Journal for Dementia Care, following my presentation to dementia researchers and carers at Wollongong University in 2016.