We support a number of projects that pursue design-as-research.
Architecture and Landscape Design has long been an object of research for historians and theorists, but more recently design practice has also been considered as a form of research in its own right.
This emerging approach has far-reaching and challenging consequences for the way we understand knowledge production.
We support projects that pursue design-as-research, and are interested in developing innovative forms of critique, invention and analysis of contemporary architectural and urban conditions that combine textual, graphic and spatial methodologies.
This article was published on Jul 11, 2011