Drake, Campbell

University of Technology Sydney
Australia

Dr Campbell Drake is an architect, researcher, and senior lecturer in the School of Architecture at the University of Technology Sydney.  His research is focused on the interaction and entanglements between urban infrastructure and social formation within remote contexts. Drake’s current projects include the social impact evaluation of the Roads to Home Program for NSW DPIE, the evaluation of the Wreck Bay housing strategy and an evaluation the NSW Aboriginal Housing Office Innovation Program.

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  • Articles
    Participatory design is often promoted as an inclusive, open-ended, and fluid methodology for giving voice to marginalised and underrepresented user groups. In contrast, participatory design can also be used as a tool for political regeneration and is therefore sometimes criticised as ineffectual and tokenistic. Levels of stakeholder participation are not explicitly quantifiable, and the...Read more