Andrew Wilson teaches and researches architectural design and history and theory in the School of Architecture at the University of Queensland. His research is split between architecture’s relationship to the city and accounts of urban and architectural histories of the recent past.
EditorialConventional definitions of design rarely capture its reach into our everyday lives. The Design Council, for example, estimates that more than 2.5 million people use design-related skills, principles, and practices on a daily basis in UK workplaces (Design Council 5, 8). Further, they calculate that these workers contribute £209 billion to the economy annually (8). The terrain of design...Read more