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Dr Mirjana Lozanovska

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Senior Lecturer

Faculty

Faculty of Sci Eng & Built Env

Department

School of Archit. & Built Env.

Campus

Geelong Waterfront Campus

Contact

Biography

Mirjana is Associate Head of School International and Senior Lecturer in the School of Architecture and the Built Environment at Deakin University. She has thirty years experience as architectural educator, including international appointments, with strong research and expertise in teaching architectural theory and architectural design.

Her most distinctive contribution to the discipline and to education is how architecture mediates identity and culture. Postcolonial Space(s) (Princeton Architectural Press, 1997) was a pioneering first book that introduced a new cultural framework for rethinking architecture. Mirjana’s essay on multiculturalism and the migrant house in this volume established her international reputation as a forefront scholar, and its radical subject became the theme of a subsequent key publication, Migrancy and Architecture (Routledge 2004). Mirjana’s essay in this latter publication redefines architecture from the perspective of at least two sites of migration. These publications are the result of ‘Other Connections,’ a pioneering group of international academics formed in 1993 at NUS that also developed four key international conferences. Mirjana is a founding member of this groups and convened Sites of Recovery, the international conference in Beirut. Journal articles in Journal of South East Asian Architecture, Space and Culture, Interstices, Architecture Theory Review, Fabrications have sustained this international reputation. New theories on aesthetic taste and how architecture/migration mediates human dignity are published in two 2014 chapters. She is invited as key note speaker to conferences, and has secured a book contract with Routledge on Ethno-Architecture and the Politics of Migration.

She has led curriculum reviews and acted as consultant for other schools, and received awards and commendations for teaching. Students that she has mentored have received nationally acclaimed awards and prizes in both design and theoretical research.

Mirjana’s work is driven by a focus on the creative ways that architecture mediates human dignity and identity. This has shaped her approach and role in design, architectural education and research. Mirjana has an international reputation in architectural theory with a major contribution to the theories on migration and architecture.

Prior to academic work, Mirjana worked as a design architect and gained awards for projects. This link to the profession continues through her role as Jury member for the AIA award system, and her role on the AIA Education Committee.

Mirjana’s leadership of the Cultural Ecology Research Group has built a strong cultural platform in the school research environment. In 2012 she secured funds for an International Cultural Ecology Symposium, with key note speaker Professor Marwan Ghandour from Iowa State University and Professor Darko Radovic from Keio University. 

She is the editor of the publication, Cultural Ecology: New Approaches to Culture, Architecture and Ecology, Deakin University ISBN 978-0-9875039-0-9. CERG is developing the project ‘Transformative Regionalism: Mapping the Invisible City of Geelong,” proposes alternative methodology that includes participation of artists and community for regional city identity development. The combination of expertise in creative design work, education and research is key to innovative for community participation as developed in the project on Children’s Vision of the City.

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Biography summary

Mirjana is Associate Head of School International and Senior Lecturer in the School of Architecture and the Built Environment at Deakin University. She has twenty years experience as architectural educator, including international appointments, with expertise in teaching architectural theory and architectural design.

Research interests

1. The Impact of Migration on Architecture and Place
Studies of migration are prevalent in disciplines including geography, politics and cultural studies. My work has identified how architecture mediates the processes of migration. A study of the architecture and urban forms imported or developed through migration and multicultural interaction is critical to understanding new forms of globalisation. This work makes an innovative contribution to the theory of migration and architecture research: i) it established two sites of migration and place - the quintessential city of immigration and the village of emigration ii) it translated the ideas of French theorists Lefebvre and de Certeau, together with postcolonial theory, into a discussion about architecture, migration and culture; and iii) it drew on psychoanalytic theory to develop a framework for the relation between the migrant and the house in the resettlement process. This is significant in the field because it provides insight and understanding through a new perspective of the discipline. It makes a significant contribution to the interdisciplinary discourse on cohesive and sustainable communities. It has established three areas:  Migrant houses; Transformation of the Village after Migration; Émigré Architects


Tabula Rasa: Destruction and Invention of the City
Research about the reconstruction of the city after disaster is approached as urban process, morphology, infrastructure or typology. My role is to develop a critical framework that examines the city in relation to collective memory embedded in the fabric. This work makes an innovative contribution to theories of the destroyed city and its reconstruction. The theoretical framework has been applied to cities and reconstruction projects: the CBD of Beirut (field work 1995-1998) after the 17-year war; Yugoslavia and Kosovo; and the reconstruction of Skopje after the 1963 earthquake.

Teaching interests

A core strength and achievement in the last 10 years is the advancement and development of a strong research-teaching nexus, contributing to significant curriculum leadership. I have initiated and developed 2 history/theory units (with 5 major revisions) that have contributed to the critical content and internationalisation of the curriculum. These are research led in content. The research elements in teaching make students think, and disseminate research into the class rooms. These units assist in creating globally informed, confident and articulate students, and raise questions of ethics, environmental awareness, and societal challenges as they relate to the impact of contemporary architectural and urban production.

Informed by the central place of design in architecture courses and in the discipline, my role has been to improve and develop design pedagogy in order to elevate the discussion and application of creativity and innovation in the school. I have initiated and developed 12 design studio programs: in first year to introduce creative thinking; in the middle levels to understand design methods and develop design positions; and to provide opportunity for students to apply their creative practice in competitive environments.

I have initiated 4 research units that establish research pedagogy related to architecture and the allied disciplines, planning, landscape and urban design. With the global change to Master courses, the role of research in the curriculum increased.In recognising the increasing role of research in the discipline, it has also identified that the 21st century student has access to information, but requires skills in evaluating, synthesising and analysing this information, in order to engage and produce knowledge.

Units taught

History and Theory Teaching
TNMP Trans National Mega Projects
This subject examines the theory and practice of accelerated urbanism. Its focus is on the analysis of large urban projects resulting from global networks, emphasising the role of collaboration, cultural exchange and critical theories of globalisation. TNMP sits between the pedagogy of design studio and critical theory seminars. It is an analytical subject that transforms and translates urban theory into analytical methods and techniques in order to develop critical perspectives of current practices.

Contemporary Architecture
The focus of this unit is on architectural and urban projects that were designed in the period between 1968 and the present day. Specific investigations of projects to exemplify the dynamic ways in which architecture participates in the production of the world will be put in the context of a broad range of projects and the larger scale of world history. The significance of western and non-western projects will be examined. An innovative navigation platform of resources (weblinks, audio, interactive map, with initial CD-rom) has made Contemporary Architecture, a vital resource and effective presence on the online education platform.

Research Methodology
The unit gives an overview of research in architecture and contemporary definitions of research. It aims to familiarise students with methods used to define, carry out and document a research programme, with emphasis on architecture research methods.

Design Studio Teaching – Postgraduate (4th and 5th year)

Urban and Housing Typology/International Studio Preston/ Kriva Palanka
This studio explored strategies for housing typology that evolve from local context, but can be implemented on any site. Typologies included Infrastructure-house, Creek-house, Re-use-house, Social-house.

AIA State Student Competition 2008 Social Housing Dandenong. Winner Deakin: Jaka Sedovnik “Dandenong Housing”

Process, Product, By-Product
Studio programme and lectures focus on multi-use development brief for site - housing, work and recreation. It explored the inventiveness of programme to generate design. This studio explored the trajectory of the design process and the ‘thing’ that is produced as a set of decisions to discard or absorb the various processes. 

Urbanism [Plan] Architecture. 2007 Preston; 2006 Broadmeadows
This studio developed a program that experimented with the IT era of digital information and research and their impact on design processes. Three platforms for how the urban designer operates were proposed: Off Site, On Site and Intervention. Each explored a focus on how to interact with the site. The development of a plan mediated city as network and its physical scale.

RAIA Student Competition “Public Intervention in the Periphery.” Winner Deakin Matthew Drysdale, AIA State Student Competition 2004

Design Studio Teaching – Undergraduate and selected program description

Architecture 1
Space and Matter
Architecture is a concrete thing made with physical materials and yet it also produces a non-material void or series of voids, and we call this phenomenon – architectural space. Space is the part that is inhabited by people, in which individuals can exist or just be, and in which all the human action and drama take place (no matter how public, private, intimate or secret).
 

Architecture 2
Materialities And The Technologies Of The Social
Measurement and documentation is used to realise precision and detail in what an environment comprises that is visible and physical.

Post Graduate Supervision (Thesis in Master of Architecture course)
 demonstrate link to research area

Expertise

My research examines mobility and exchange and its impact on architecture, diversity and culture. This has developed two longitudinal research projects investigating: i) the impact of migration on place, linking rural-regional environments and urban places (documenting change for 20 years); ii) the cultural transformation of large-scale urban reconstruction projects related to disaster (10 years). These two fields are linked by my concerns about the ways the built environment mediates human dignity and agency. These two areas are investigated through a series of focused projects detailed below, with research outcomes in publication (see list), in collaborative projects, and funding.

Conferences

European Architectural History Network, EAHN, Dublin 2016.

Society of Architectural Historians Australia and New Zealand (SAHANZ), Melbourne

Research groups

https://deakin.academia.edu/MirjanaLozanovska

 

Alfred Deakin Institute of Globalisation and Citizenship: Identity and Diversity Stream; joined 2016.

Socio-Cultural Architecture Research Group
In 2009 SCAR was established as one of three cluster research groups in the School of Architecture and Built Environment. I have lead the direction, co-ordination, and management of the Group. This has included application for funding, management of budgets, Research Fellow, and Data Base. The development and focus of the cultural research platform in the school is an outcome of this work. I mentored and motivated members, and collated individual research expertise.

#VACANTGeelong rethinks, reinterprets and revisions the way we inhabit the city, redefining Geelong as a vibrant 21st century city.
This project develops models of ‘counter-representation’ to address Geelong’s identity - creative mapping of documents, data, practices, histories and movements, including those difficult to map/measure - temporality, atmosphere, trans-cultural mobility. An alternative projection of town identity develops on this platform.
Phase 1 2015: identified and documented Geelong vacant industrial buildings and community cultural memories. Research-Teaching model: Master architecture students investigated ‘vacancy’ in Geelong; representation of ‘vacancy’ at a broad mapping level; and ‘vacancy’ in relation to the Ford Factory complex.
Phase 2 2016: The artist, Alex Hamilton is working with existing architecture – spaces, site and signage – to reimagine the Ford Building.
Phase 3 VicArts 2016 Application: Local artists will collaborate to create interpretations of cultural memory through various art forms (funding application submitted). Project Lead: Lozanovska, Members: a + b Beynon, Fullaondo, Deakin Arts: Cameron Bishop, David Cross; CoGG Kaz Paton, P. Fisher.

Children’s Vision of the City
Lead Lozanovska, team Xu and Ang, in collaboration with Northern Bay College, Geelong. Developing a pedagogical model for children’s engagement with their city through design.

Awards

Deakin Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Student Mobility for the STEM team.

Publications

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2016

Migration and ethno-architecture

Dr Mirjana Lozanovska

(2016), pp. 217-233, Ethno-architecture and the politics of migration, Abingdon, Eng., B1

chapter

Ethnically differentiated architecture in a global world

Dr Mirjana Lozanovska

(2016), pp. 3-8, Ethno-architecture and the politics of migration, Abingdon, Eng., B1

chapter

Understanding global student mobility: exploring new ways of capturing international experiences using in-county overseas students

Prof Anthony Mills, Dr Neda Abbasi, Dr Patricia McLaughlin, S Georgiadis, Dr Mirjana Lozanovska, Dr Priya Rajagopalan, A Nalewik

(2016), pp. 343-352, AUBEA 2016 : Proceedings of the 40th Australasian Universities Building Education Association Annual Conference, Rockhampton, Qld., E1

conference

The design philosophy of Edenic gardens: tracing ‘Paradise Myth’ in landscape architecture

Mrs Nasim Yazdani, Dr Mirjana Lozanovska

(2016), Vol. 37, pp. 5-18, Landscape history, Abingdon, Eng., C1

journal

Performing equality: the exceptional story of Mimoza Nestorova-Tomic in the post-1963 earthquake reconstruction of Skopje

Dr Mirjana Lozanovska

(2016), pp. 123-138, Ideological equals women architects in socialist Europe 1945-1989, Abigndon, Eng., B1

chapter
2015

Brutalism, metabolism and its American parallel : encounters in Skopje and in the architecture of Georgi Konstantinovski

Dr Mirjana Lozanovska

(2015), Vol. 25, pp. 152-175, Fabrications: the journal of the society of architectural historians, Australia and New Zealand, Abingdon, Eng., C1

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The social life of commercial streets

Mrs Leila Mahmoudi Farahani, Dr Mirjana Lozanovska, Ali Soltani

(2015), pp. 35-52, Proceedings of the 8th Making Cities Liveable Conference : Liveable Cities for the Future, Nerang, Qld, E1

conference

The social life of historical neighbourhoods: case study of a Middle Eastern city, Shiraz

Mrs Leila Mahmoudi Farahani, Dr Mirjana Lozanovska

(2015), Vol. 39, pp. 176-187, Journal of architecture and urbanism, Abingdon, Eng., C1

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Émigré architects and the Australian architecture establishment

Dr Mirjana Lozanovska, Julie McKnight

(2015), pp. 351-365, SAHANZ 2015 : Architecture, Institutions and Change, Sydney, N.S.W., E1

conference
2014

Representation of multiculturalism in urban green spaces : a review of immigrants' experiences in Australia

Mrs Nasim Yazdani, Dr Mirjana Lozanovska

(2014), pp. 851-864, UHPH 2014 : Landscapes and Ecologies of Urban and Planning History : Proceedings of the 12th Australasian Urban History Planning History Conference, Wellington, New Zealand, E1

conference

An issues paper: the roots/routes of Australian architecture: elements of an alternative architectural history

Dr David Beynon, Mr Brandon Gardiner, A/Prof Ursula De Jong, Dr Mirjana Lozanovska, Dr Flavia Marcello

(2014), pp. 639-658, Proceedings of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand: 31, Translation, Auckland, New Zealand, E1

conference

A framework for exploring the sense of community and social life in residential environments

Mrs Leila Mahmoudi Farahani, Dr Mirjana Lozanovska

(2014), Vol. 8, pp. 223-237, Archnet-IJAR, unknown, C1

journal

Edible suburbs

Dr Mirjana Lozanovska

(2014), pp. 273-292, Why we need small cows: Ways to design for urban agriculture, The Netherlands, B1

chapter

House behaviour in the Australian suburb : Consumption, migrants and their houses

Dr Mirjana Lozanovska

(2014), pp. 41-56, Consuming Architecture: On the occupation, appropriation and interpretation of buildings, Bingley, London, B1

chapter

Pleasure of reading tradition

Dr Mirjana Lozanovska

(2014), Vol. 15, pp. 69-81, Interstices: journal of architecture and related arts, Auckland, N.Z., C1

journal

An objective approach to place identity : exploring Melbourne’s capacity for more productive established suburbs

Mr Jeremy Paul Schluter, Dr Mirjana Lozanovska

(2014), pp. 1-19, Proceedings of the 7th International Urban Design Conference, Southport, Qld., E1

conference

The Macedonian Review and the invisible cities of the emigrant

Dr Mirjana Lozanovska

(2014), Vol. 6, pp. 65-73, Kyntypa/Culture, Skopje, Macedonia, C1

journal

Performative subjects: Migrants and their house-building practices

Dr Mirjana Lozanovska

(2014), pp. 126-143, The Politics of Recognition and Social Justice: Transforming Subjectivities and New Forms of Resistance, London, Eng., B1

chapter
2013

Sense of place in urban natural landscapes

Mrs Nasim Yazdani, Dr Mirjana Lozanovska

(2013), pp. 46-53, Cultural ecology : new approaches to culture, architecture and ecology, Geelong, Vic., E1

conference

The mutual cultivation of subject and object in architecture

Dr Mirjana Lozanovska

(2013), pp. 74-81, Cultural ecology : new approaches to culture, architecture and ecology, Geelong, Vic., E1

conference

Is the migrant house in Australia an Australian vernacular architecture?

Dr Mirjana Lozanovska, Ms Iris Levin Azriel, Maria Victoria Gantala

(2013), Vol. XXIV, pp. 65-78, Traditional dwellings and settlements review, Berkeley, Calif., C1

journal

Thought and feeling in Giedion's mechanization takes command

Dr Mirjana Lozanovska

(2013), pp. 879-889, OPEN 2013 : Proceedings of the 30th Annual Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand, Gold Coast, Qld., E1

conference

Children and university architecture students working together : a pedagogical model of children’s participation in architectural design

Dr Mirjana Lozanovska, Dr Leilei Xu

(2013), Vol. 9, pp. 209-229, CoDesign, Essex, Eng., C1

journal
2012

The intriguing and forgotten international exchanges in the master plan for the reconstruction of Skopje

Dr Mirjana Lozanovska

(2012), pp. 436-441, EAHN 2012 : Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference of the European Architectural History Network, Brussels, Belgium, E1

conference

Learning architecture through ideas about the spatial body

Dr Mirjana Lozanovska

(2012), Vol. 2, pp. 42-50, Reflections : journal of built environment research, Perth, W.A., C1

journal

Kenzo Tange's forgotten master plan for the reconstruction of Skopje

Dr Mirjana Lozanovska

(2012), Vol. 22, pp. 140-163, Fabrications, Brisbane, Qld., C1

journal
2011

Aesthetic anxieties : the problem of defining the migrant house in Australia

Dr Mirjana Lozanovska

(2011), pp. 356-365, Proceedings of the 2011 International Conference of the Association of Architecture Schools of Australasia, Geelong, Vic., E1

conference

Diversity and architecture

Prof Hisham Elkadi, Dr Mirjana Lozanovska

(2011), pp. 99-116, Diversity research and policy : a multidisciplinary exploration, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, B1

chapter

Sacred time after emigration : a study of the Holy Mother Festival in Zavoj

Dr Mirjana Lozanovska

(2011), pp. 113-139, Every day's a festival! - diversity on show, Wantage, U. K., B1

chapter
2010

For or against Tabula Rasa : how to perceive the contemporary city

Dr Mirjana Lozanovska

(2010), pp. 13-28, IASTE 2010 : Proceedings of the 12th Conference of the International Association for the Study of Traditional Environments : The Utopia of Tradition, Beirut, Lebanon, E1-1

conference

Hagia Sofia (532–537AD) : a study of centrality, interiority and transcendence in architecture

Dr Mirjana Lozanovska

(2010), Vol. 15, pp. 425-448, The journal of architecture, Oxon, England, C1

journal
2009

Tange's master plan for the reconstruction of Skopje : an exception to familiar architectural exchanges

Dr Mirjana Lozanovska

(2009), pp. 1-20, SAHANZ 2009 : Cultural crossroads : proceedings of the 26th International SAHANZ Conference, the University of Auckland, 2-5 July 2009, Auckland, New Zealand, E1

conference

New village models : examining the sustainability of existing realities and hypothetical visions

Dr Mirjana Lozanovska

(2009), Vol. 5, pp. 129-140, The international journal of environmental, cultural, economic and social sustainability, Altona, Vic., C1

journal

Migrant housing in the city and the village : from Melbourne to Zavoj

Dr Mirjana Lozanovska

(2009), Vol. 34, pp. 39-48, Open house international, Gateshead, England, C1

journal

Uomo universale : the imaginary relation between body and mathematic(s) in architecture

Dr Mirjana Lozanovska

(2009), Vol. 14, pp. 234-247, Architectural theory review, Sydney, N.S.W., C1

journal
2008

Resisting assimilation : the mild aesthetics and wild perceptions of the migrant house

Dr Mirjana Lozanovska

(2008), pp. 1-20, SAHANZ 2008 : History in practice : 25th International Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians Australia and New Zealand, Geelong, Vic., E1

conference
2007

Diaspora, return and migrant architectures

Dr Mirjana Lozanovska

(2007), Vol. 7, pp. 239-249, International journal of diversity in organisations, communities and nations, Altona, Vic., C1

journal
2006

Sveta Bogorodica (The Church of the Holy Mother), Zavoj, Macedonia : writing about an insignificant vernacular building

Dr Mirjana Lozanovska

(2006), pp. 323-330, Proceedings of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand XXIII Annual Conference 2006 : SAHANZ 2006, Melbourne, Vic., E1

conference

Mistresses and others: the "body as subject" in (architectural) discourse

Dr Mirjana Lozanovska

(2006), Vol. 7, pp. 66-75, Interstices : a journal of architecture and related arts, Auckland, N.Z., C1

journal
2005

Drawing and the subjectivity of the 'other'

Dr Mirjana Lozanovska

(2005), pp. 1-6, AASA 2005 : Drawing together : convergent practices in architectural education, Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference of the Association of Architectural Schools of Australasia, Brisbane, Qld, E1

conference

Transcendence and interiority in architecture : a study of Hagia Sofia, 532-537

Dr Mirjana Lozanovska

(2005), pp. 217-221, Celebration : proceedings of the 22nd annual conference of the Society of Architectural Historians Australia and New Zealand, Napier, New Zealand, 24-27 September 2005, Napier, N.Z., E1

conference

Che cosa disegna il ragazzo aborigeno? Esplorare lo spazio della visione, tra cinema, architettura e possibilità di azione

Dr Mirjana Lozanovska

(2005), pp. 109-127, Sguardi australiani : idee, immaginari e cinema degli antipodi, Genova, Italy, B1

chapter

Reconstructing Beirut after the war

Dr Mirjana Lozanovska

(2005), pp. 260-286, Architectural imitations : reproductions and pastiches in east and west, Maastricht, Netherlands, B1

chapter
2004

A tale of two houses: diaspora, return and migrant architectures

Dr Mirjana Lozanovska

(2004), pp. 56-78, Migration and its physical manifestations : International Association for the Study of Traditional Environments, Berkeley, Calif., E1

conference

Emigration/immigration: maps, myths and origins

Dr Mirjana Lozanovska

(2004), pp. 184-202, Drifting: Architecture and Migrancy, New York, N.Y., B1

chapter
2003

The architectural edifice and the phantoms of history

Dr Mirjana Lozanovska

(2003), Vol. 6, pp. 249-260, Space and culture, Thousand Oaks, Calif., C1

journal
2002

The migrants' daughter's study

Dr Mirjana Lozanovska

(2002), Vol. 5, pp. 265-277, Space and culture, Thousand Oaks, Calif., C1-1

journal

Ontology of building in war and reconstruction

Dr Mirjana Lozanovska

(2002), Vol. 7, pp. 117-136, Architectural theory review, Sydney, N.S.W., C1

journal

Architectural frontier/spatial story : the problematic of representing the everyday

Dr Mirjana Lozanovska

(2002), Vol. 5, pp. 140-151, Space and culture, Thousand Oaks, Calif., C1

journal
2001

Vision and visibility : inheriting the universal man

Dr Mirjana Lozanovska

(2001), pp. 249-255, In the making : architecture's past : the collected and edited proceedings of the eighteenth annual conference of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand, Darwin, Australia, September-October 2001, Darwin, N.T., E1

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Grants

Other Public Sector Funding

Geelong Food Hub Feasibility and Implementation Plan

Prof Anthony Mills, Dr Mirjana Lozanovska, Prof David Jones

  • 2016: $12,000
  • 2014: $60,000

Vacant Geelong

Dr Mirjana Lozanovska, Dr Diego Fullaondo, Dr Cameron Bishop, Dr David Beynon

  • 2016: $10,000

Vacant Geelong

Dr Mirjana Lozanovska, Dr Diego Fullaondo, Dr Cameron Bishop, Dr David Beynon

  • 2017: $35,000

Industry and Other Funding

A pedagogical model of children's participation in architectural design

Dr Mirjana Lozanovska, Dr Leilei Xu, Ms Susan Bee Gek Ang

  • 2012: $5,935

Supervisions

Principal Supervisor
2016

Jeremy Paul Schluter

Thesis entitled: Towards an urban Melbourne: negotiating suburban renewal by understanding place identity

Master of Architecture, School of Architecture and Built Environment

2015

Hussein Madi

Thesis entitled: Investigating the development of traditional and modern housing design in Libyan Architecture

Doctor of Philosophy (Architecture), School of Architecture and Built Environment

Diasana Putra I Dewa Gede Agung

Thesis entitled: The impact of tourism on the transformation of the traditional balinese house

Doctor of Philosophy (Architecture), School of Architecture and Built Environment

2014

Fiona Kate Gray

Thesis entitled: Rudolf Steiner's theories and their translation into architecture

Doctor of Philosophy (Architecture), School of Architecture and Built Environment

2009

Peter Gustav George Rosenberg

Thesis entitled: The 1970s Australian Ecologically Designed House

Master of Architecture, School of Architecture and Built Environment

Sumita Jayapalasingam

Thesis entitled: Malaysia's Terraced Housing - Towards an Environmentally Sustainable Future

Master of Architecture, School of Architecture and Built Environment

Sally Anne Winkler

Thesis entitled: The expression of cultural identity in Diaspora architecture

Master of Architecture, School of Architecture and Built Environment

2008

Sze Lay Ng

Thesis entitled: The Interactive Urban Language and City Growth

Master of Architecture, School of Architecture and Built Environment

2005

Lai Wen Jenny Wong

Thesis entitled: The Executive Architect: Designers becoming Leaders through the ¿Stakeholder Approach¿

Master of Architecture, School of Architecture and Built Environment

Associate Supervisor
2017

Leila Mahmoudi Farahani

Thesis entitled: Australian Neighbour(less)hoods: Investigating the role of the built environment in encouraging a sense of community and social life in low-density suburbia

Doctor of Philosophy (Architecture), School of Architecture and Built Environment

Shilpi Tewari

Thesis entitled: Changing Neighbourhood Character in Melbourne - Multiculturalism in Planning

Doctor of Philosophy (Architecture), School of Architecture and Built Environment

2011

Sela Kiek

Thesis entitled: Dancing the Building: Movements between Bodies and Built Structure

Doctor of Philosophy, School of Communication & Creative Arts