The project explores the correlation between the layout and architecture of places used for both displaced persons and their hosts, and suggests inclusionary programmatic and spatial solutions in future responses to urban displacement. The research concerns the role and design of public spaces in urban life. It explores the application of urban design and architectural practices in crises contexts and contingency planning and asks what architects and urbanists can learn from studying displacement situations. Read »
Discipline based or trans-disciplinary research on landscapes and cities.
Research in urbanism and landscape architecture applies disciplinary knowledge and methods but also critical methodologies from a wide range of fields in the social and human sciences.