Lecture Gabu Heindl

Event, 2020. The public lecture ‘Radical Public Practice: On the politics of architectural non-solutions’ was held by Gabu Heindl as part of the module Participation in Architecture and Urban Design, MA in Urban Design (MAUD) of the Sheffield School of Architecture.

Interview Ruth Morrow

Ruth Morrow is known for her contribution to architectural education and research, across the UK, Ireland and internationally, through her teaching, writing and projects. Her research covers […]

Nishat Awan, PhD Thesis, 2011. The term ‘diasporic urbanism’ addresses the difficulties of operating with diasporic space and of accommodating the material complexities of migrant lives. It proposes displacement and reterritorialisations as methodologies and ‘mapping otherwise’ as a tool […]

Article. Emma Cheatle and Catalina Mejía Moreno, in Harvard Design Magazine, 46, 2018. ‘To Manifest’ is product of the intersection with a collaborative, Feminist Art and Architecture Collaborative (FAAC), and later published as ‘To Manifest’ […]

Alice Grant, Essay, 2019. Architecture is often seen to be a white man’s profession; this creates homogeneous architecture and cities which do not respond to the needs of a diverse society (Murray 2018). This paper, recognising […]

Interview Prue Chiles

Prue Chiles continues to combine teaching, with architectural practice and research. In all her work she tries to use the skills and diversity of the design process to work with people and communities creatively and collaboratively, whether in community-led projects, research council funded research or in practice.

Interview Kim Trogal

Kim Trogal is a Reader at the Canterbury School of Architecture, University for the Creative Arts. She undertook her architectural studies at Sheffield School of Architecture […]

Teach Out: The Perils of Tradition

Event, 2020. This is a slightly amended version of a piece performed on 5th March 2020 at ‘The Feminist School of Architecture Teach Out’ at Foodhall, Sheffield by MatriArch (Alice Grant and Rosa Turner Wood)