Lisa Zamberlan, Senior lecturer in the Interior Architecture program, has recently published a collaborative research paper with Dr Stephanie Wilson (USyd) in the Journal of Design Education (11/2). The paper explores the development of entrepreneurial capacities in design education Title: Dimensions of Entrepreneurship in Design Education: A Review of Curriculum Models for Emerging Creative Practice […]
Early Modern Emotions. An Introduction. S. Broomhall ed. Routledge, 2017. ‘Early Modern Emotions is a student-friendly introduction to the concepts, approaches and sources used to study emotions in early modern Europe, and to the perspectives that analysis of the history of emotions can offer early modern studies more broadly.’ Dr Sing d’Arcy has contributed to […]
A review of the Little National Hotel, Canberra by Dr Sing d’Arcy has been made publicly accessible Architecture AU http://architectureau.com/articles/little-national-hotel/ This innovative hotel was design by Redgen Mathieson. Directors Harlan Redgen and Phillip Mathieson have had a long relationship with the BIA as teaching staff, guest lecturers and reviewers. http://www.redgenmathieson.com/
During the mid-session break Dr Laurence Kimmel traveled to Europe to see the 15th Architectural Biennale in Venice, Italy and other sites of interest. http://www.labiennale.org/en/architecture/ Here are some of the highlights of her trip from Paris, Venice and Le Havre. Also in Paris – at the Cité de l’Architecture is ‘The Universalists’, an exhibition on Portuguese […]
The Society of Architectural Historians Australian & New Zealand (SAHANZ) held its 33rd conference at the University of Melbourne between July 6 – 9. Three of the BIA staff – Drs d’Arcy, Kimmel and O’Callaghan – presented papers at the conference whose theme was ‘gold’. Dr Sing d’Arcy presented a paper titled ‘Gold in Spanish and Spanish-American […]
This paper examines the role of design in an increasingly uncertain future.
Bruce Watson, Director Interior Architecture has recently been featured in the UNSW magazine Uniken.
Dr Sing d’Arcy presented a paper at a collaboratory organised by the ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions (ARC CEHE).