Symposium, 2019. The symposium was part of the Initiative Climate Care, a collective initiative addressing global environmental change through a feminist ethics of care.
Climate Care is a collective initiative developed by Beatrice de Carli, Claudia Rojas Bernal, Emma Cheatle and Krzysztof […]
Book Chapter. Carolyn Butterworth and Prue Chiles, in Architecture and Field/Work, ed. by S. Ewing, J. M. McGowan, C. Speed and V. C. Bernie, 2010. In the squeaky-clean world of the architectural journals the new house is described by a particular sort of building study giving a critical view of formal, technical and material approaches […]
Journal, ed. Karin Reisinger and Meike Schalk, Field:, 7.1, 2017. Field is an international peer-reviewed journal for the discussion of critical, theoretical, political and playful accounts of architecture, and an open electronic forum.
Holly Barker, MArch Design Project, 2014. The thesis develops upon an understanding that place is made by people over time. Partnering through the year with council arts initiative ‘Blackburn is Open’, the project combines […]
Louise Taylor, MArch Dissertation, 2018. First conceived as an accessible guide to feminism within architecture, Feminism & Architecture: A Manifesto explores the disciplinary areas that contemporary feminist theory traverses.
Rosa Turner Wood, MArch Dissertation, 2019. This dissertation evaluates off-site manufacturing, self-build homes, and robotics as methods of construction that can be utilised as a means to address gender inequality within the construction industry and […]