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  1. 03.04.2019

    We have Guest Edited the Latest Issue of AD Magazine Titled 'The Business of Research'

    Deborah Saunt, Tom Greenall and Roberta Marcaccio have recently acted as guest editors for an issue of AD magazine titled "The Business of Research: Knowledge and Learning redefined in Architectural Practice".

    The publication brings together some amazing practices and writers from around the world to explore the emerging landscape of practice-based architectural research and understand the ways in which this new mode has been turning the traditional architectural studio into a learning environment that adopts and adapts academic models, and – more or less explicitly – posits architectural research as a potential source of business intelligence. 

    The full issue can be viewed online here and the launch of the printed edition will take place in June.

    Contributors: 
    Anne Boddington (Kingston University), Alison Creba, Lionel Devlieger (Rotor), Daniel Davis (WeWork), Harriet Harriss (RCA), Rory Hyde (V&A), Lara Kinneir (LSA), James Soane (Project Orange), Ziona Strelitz (ZZA), Leon van Schaik (RMIT), John Zhang (University of Westminster) and David Green (Perkins+Will).

    Featured Practices:
    Assemble (Jane Hall), Foster + Partners (Michael Jones), iredale pedersen hook (Martyn Hook), OMA/AMO (Carol Patterson), Frederik Weissenborn (Public Practice), Superflux (Anab Jain, Jon Ardern Danielle Knight) and DSDHA (Deborah Saunt, Tom Greenall, Roberta Marcaccio).
    Tags: Research Practice AD LSA RMIT Academia
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  2. 03.08.2018

    The Business of Research Symposium

    Tuesday 3 July
    2 to 6.30 pm
    Foster + Partners
    Riverside, 22 Hester Rd
    London SW11 4AN

    In preparation for our guest-edited issue of Architectural Design – titled ‘The Business of Research’ (Spring 2019) – DSDHA have assembled distinguished scholars, researchers and a number of practitioners, both in public and private fields, to discuss the emerging landscape of practice-based architectural research: a mode of working which is destabilising the deep-rooted separation between academia and practice, demanding a new definition of the term ‘research’, one that is relevant to both parties.

    Speakers included Shumi Bose, WeWork, Public Practice, OMA, Assemble, Ziona Strelitz, James Soane, Lara Kinneir and more.

    Read Jessie Turnbull's review of the event for the RIBA Journal here.
    Tags: AD DSDHA Symposium Research architecture The Business of Research RIBA Journal
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