School of Architecture, University of Queensland
Nicole Sully is a lecturer in the School of Architecture at the University of Queensland and a member of the ATCH research group. In collaboration with Andrew Leach and Antony Moulis she edited Shifting Views: Selected Essays on the Architectural History of Australia and New Zealand (UQP, 2008). Her research focuses on the interdisciplinary relationship of architecture and memory; pathologies of place; and more broadly the history and heritage of Australian Architecture.
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
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