Curriculum Vitae SueAnne Ware, Professor, PhD
A d d r e s s
The University of Newcastle
School of Architecture and Built Environment
Callaghan, NSW 2308
Telephone: +612 4921 5865 Cell: 0407496420
E d u c a t i o n
2005 RMIT University, PhD
1993 University of California at Berkeley, MLA
1989 Colorado State University, BSLA
A c a d e m i c E x p e r i e n c e
2015 – currently Head of School, University of Newcastle, Australia
2014 Visiting Professor and Research Fellow at ETSAB (Escola Tècnica Superior d'Arquitectura de Barcelona (UPC) and ENSP –V
(Ecole Nationale Superieure de Paysage – Versailles)
2006 - 2014 RMIT School of Architecture and Design, Deputy Dean, Research & Innovation
2011 – currently Visiting Professor, KU Leuven (Deliver 5 theoretically framing lectures in an introduction to LA course)
2010 – currently Adjunct Professor, Victoria University, Wellington, NZ
2011 Professor of Landscape Architecture, Discipline Head
2007- 2010 Program Leader, Urban Livability, The Design Research Institute
2005 Visiting Professor at The University of New Mexico
2004 –2007 Co-ordinator, Post Graduate Program, Landscape Architecture, RMIT University
1999 – 2003 Program Director- Landscape Architecture, RMIT University
1993 - 1997 Assistant Professor - LA, North Carolina A&T State University
1995 - 1997 Adjunct Professor - LA, North Carolina State University
D e s i g n R e s e a r c h, P u b l i c a t i o n s, B u i l t W o r k s& E x h i b i t i o n s
Design Research Scholarship
2016 ‘Knowingly Unfinished: Exploiting the Temporality of Landscapes’ in Frank, K (ed)AD Architecture Timed: Designing With Time in Mind ( Forthcoming Jan/Feb 2016)
2015 ‘Slippage and In-Betweeness: Mastering RMIT’s City Campus’ (forthcoming book chapter) in Ward, M (ed) Changing Places: Peter Elliott Architecture and the RMIT Urban Spaces Project URO Media, Melbourne.
2015 ‘Implicit, Tacit and Ineffable: Communicating Design Practice Research’ (forthcoming book chapter) in Sequeira, J (ed) Design Research in Architecture Ashgate, London.
2015 ‘Memorial Camels and Design by Committee: St Andrews Black Saturday Memorials’ Landscape Review volume 15, (2) pp .43-58.
2015 ‘Disruptive Innovation in the Anthropocene Age: A Call for the Re-Invention of Landscape Formalism’ Landscape Architecture China issue 118, vol 4 pp.82-85.
2014 van Schaik, Leon and Ware, SueAnne The Practice of Spatial Thinking: Differentiation Processes (book) onepointsixone, Melbourne.
2013 Ware, SueAnne and Lee, Gini (eds ) Making Sense of Landscape: The Practice of Taylor Culity & Lethlean,(book) Spacemaker Press, NY
2013 'Parables in an activist practice', (book chapter) in Jonas, M & Monacella, R (eds) Exposure: in Design Research Practice in Landscape Architecture’ Melbourne Books, Melbourne, Australia pp. 100-116.
2013 ‘On Site, Place and Specificity', (book chapter) in Bruhn, C. (ed) Multitudes: Hassell Studios 1938 – 2013, URO Media, Melbourne, pp. 93-144.
2013 'Border memorials: When the local rejects the global', in Greirson, E & Sharp, K (eds)Re-Imagining the City: Art, Globalization, and Urban Spaces, Intellect Books, Bristol, United Kingdom, pp. 71-87.
2012 Zakariya, K. Ware, S. and Helsel, S. 2012, 'Choreographing the everyday feast: accommodating Malaysian temporary markets in a changing context', in Spaces and
Flows: An International Journal of Urban and ExtraUrban Studies, Common Ground Publisher, United States, vol. 2, no. 3, pp. 239-260.
2011 Ware, SueAnne and Raxworthy, Julian, Sunburnt: Australian Practices of Landscape Architecture, (book) Sun Architectural Publishing, Amsterdam.
2010 Ware, SA and Hudson, C. ‘Death in Borneo: Australian National Identity, War and the Transnational Imagination.’ ACCESS: Critical Perspectives on Communication, Cultural & Policy Studies, volume 29 (1) pp.55-69.
2009 ‘The Siev X Memorial’ in C van Uffelen (ed) 1000X Landscape Architecture, Verlagshaus Braun, Berlin, Germany pp. 426 – 444.
2009 ‘Australia- So Where the Bloody Hell are you?’ (catalogue essay) in J Raxworthy & SA Ware (eds) Sunburnt: Australian Practices of Landscape Architecture, Kingswood Press, Melbourne, Australia.
2009 ‘Border Memorials: Design Activism and Contemporary Anti-memorials’ Art and Urbanism Symposia, DRI Interventions through Art, RMIT August 2009.
2009 ‘Chongqing’s Spaces of Memory and Forgetting’ 60 Years of the People’s Republic: Transformations and Challenges Conference, Melbourne University, pp 112-140.
2008 ‘The Road-as-Shrine - Churchill, Victoria Australia’ (book chapter) in R Zhang (ed), New Awarded Landscape Design in the World I, Dalian University of Technology Press, Dalian, China pp. 127 - 145.
2008 ‘The Art of Forgetting,’ Revelation: Installation art and its capacity to interpret and elaborate places ofhistorical significance Conference, Hobart, Tasmania, on line at http://www.acuads.com.au
2008 ‘Design Activism and the Contested Terrains of Memorials,’ South African Journal of Art History, volume 23, no 1 pp.1 – 13.
2008 ‘Anti-Memorials and the Art of Forgetting: Critical Reflections on a Memorial Design Practice,’Public History Review, volume 15, no 1 pp.61-76.
2008 Hudson, Chris and Ware, SueAnne, ‘Breakfast with the Orangutans: Art and Species Survival in Borneo’ Cultures of Sustainability Conference, RMIT University, September 2008.
2008 ‘Sandakan, Sabah: Mapping Monuments in Malaysia,’ Asian Studies Conference Japan, Tokyo Japan, pp.25-35. June 21-22, 2008.
2007 Monacella, Rosalea and Ware, SueAnne, Fluctuating Borders: Memory and the Emergent, New Possibilities for International Borders Monacella, RMIT Press, Melbourne.
2007 ‘The Road-as-Shrine and other Anti-Memorials in Australia’, Roadside Memorials: A Multi-Disciplinary Approach Conference, University of New England, Armadale, NSW pp. 48 - 70.
2006 ‘The Commonwealth versus Melbourne’s Public Space’ SAHANZ Conference Proceedings, Perth (October 2006)
2006 ‘Time, Ephemera, and Memory: An Australian Case Study’ International Federation of Landscape Architecture Conference Proceedings, Sydney, Australia, pp. 78 – 92.
2005 ‘Memory Slips: Speculations in Australia Anti-Memorial Design’ CELA Conference Proceedings. The University of Georgia, Athens GA, pp. 48 -62.
2004 Social Infrastructure and Landscape Design (Book Chapter) in Mesh /Infrastructure Eds. Raxworthy, Julian and Blood, Jessica, RMIT Press, 2004 pp. 120-129.
2004 ‘The Nature of Design’, AILA Conference Proceedings, Brisbane 2004, http://www.aila.org.au/research/refereed/2004.htm
2004 ‘The Road-as-Shrine: A Case Study in Design Process over Product’, Landscape Review, volume 9:1 pp.226-230.
2004 ‘Rethinking the Landscapes of Australian Public Memory’, Environmental Design Research Association Conference Proceedings, Albuquerque, New Mexico, pp. 69 - 75.
2004 ‘Contemporary Anti-Memorials and National Identity in the Victorian Landscape’, Colonial Post - Journal of Australian Studies, no. 81, 2004, pp.121-134.
2004 ‘Fluctuating Borders: Speculations about Memory and Emergence’, co-authored with Rosalea Monacella, SAHANZ Conference Proceedings, Melbourne 2004, pp. 331-334.
2003 ‘Representation, Generation, and Emancipation in Virtual Landscapes’ Landscape Review, August2003:8 (1) pp. 3 – 11.
2003 ‘The Ecology of Contemporary Landscape Design’, SAHANZ Conference Proceedings, The University of Sydney, Sydney, pp. 338-343.
2003 ‘Contemporary Memorials: Ephemeral and Impermanent Installations in Australia’ International Conference on Historic Monuments and History, Savannah, Georgiapp. 108 - 130.
2002 LA_Boratory RMIT (Book Chapter) in Technique: Graduate Design Research at RMIT Landscape Architectures, Eds. Connolly, Peter and Van der Velde, ReneRMIT University Press, 2002 pp. 200-212.
2001 ‘Contemporary Australian Design and the Anti-Memorials’, Australia ICOMOS Conference (International Council on Monuments and Sites) Adelaide University, Adelaide, Fall 2001 vol 12, pp. 56 - 72.
2001 ‘Racism by Design, The Cleve Gardens’ in Critiques of Built Works of Landscape Architecture, LSU School of Landscape Architecture, Baton Rouge, LA, pp. 23 - 30 .
2001 ‘Hybrids in Landscape’ MESH Conference, RMIT University, pp. 39 – 47.
2001 ‘A Luddite Approach’ Virtuality in Landscape Architecture Conference Bernburg, Germany, Anhalt University pp.78 - 96.
2000 ‘Silicon Luddite: A Virtual Landscapes Studio’Re-inventing Design Education Conference Curtin University of Technology, Perth December 2000 pp 381 – 386.
2000 ‘Honouring the Stolen Generation – a theoretical anti-memorial’ Landscape Review, 1999:5 (2) pp. 43-58
Professional Practice Publications and Exhibition Catalogues
2014 ‘The Strangely Familiar Gardens of Mt Penang’ Landscape Architecture Australia (forthcoming)
2013 ‘New Acton Precinct’ Landscape Architecture Australia (138): 22-28
2012 ‘Post-Industrial Public: Auckland’s North Wharf Promenade, the Jellicoe Street Precinct and Silo Park’ Topos 81: Water Landscapes (81): 12-24
2011 ‘Franklin Warf Improvements’ Landscape Architecture Australia (131): 36-40
2009 ‘The Thickened Edge: St Kilda Foreshore Promenade’ Scape: The International Magazine for LandscapeArchitecture and Urbanism (2): 72-75.
2009 ‘Australian Peacekeeping Memorial’ Landscape Architecture Australia (123): 25-26
2009 ‘The UnLandscaped’ Landscape Architecture Australia (122): 19-26.
2009 Ware, SA, Stutterheim, C and Connolly, P ‘Robin Edmond’ Landscape Architecture Australia(122): 32.
2008 ‘Brett Milligan, an emerging practitioner’ Landscape Architecture Australia, no.119, Aug 2008: 63-64.
2008 ‘Shift: NZILA Conference 2008’ Landscape Architecture Australia, no.119, Aug 2008: 28.
2007 ‘The Helen Lempriere National Sculpture Award: Sculptured nature and naturalsculpture in the grounds of Werribee Park.’ Landscape Architecture Australia, no.114, May 2007: 66-67.
2007 ‘The SIEV X Memorial’ Landscape Architecture Australia, no.113, Feb 2007: 48-51.
2006 ‘Turn Left at Albuquerque: Questions about Landscape Urbanism on the Ground,’ KERB The Journal of Landscape Architecture, Issue 15, pp 56-64.
2005 ‘Whose Past?’ Landscape Australia, vol 27(2), Issue 106 May 2005 pp. 12-17.
2005 ‘Memory and Parks’ Landscape Australia, vol 26(1) Issue 105 March 2005, pp. 19-21.
2004 ‘Why Landscape’, KERB The Journal of Landscape Architecture, Issue 13, pp.22-25.
2004 ‘When Landscapes Mean Nothing’, Landscape Architecture Magazine, vol 7 July
2004, pp. 23-28.
2004/2005 Finito, Landscape Architecture Final Year Exhibition Catalogue, Editor and author of various essays critiquing student work .
2003 ‘The New, Improved Yarra River’, KERB The Journal of Landscape Architecture, Issue 12, pp.22-25.
2003 Finito, Landscape Architecture Final Year Exhibition Catalogue, Editor and author of various essays critiquing student work .
2002 ‘A Postcard from Mexico’, KERB The Journal of Landscape Architecture, Issue 11, pp.31 - 35.
2002 Finito, Landscape Architecture Final Year Exhibition Catalogue, Editor and author of various essays critiquing student work .
2001 ‘ Reconciling this Place,’ Architecture Australia vol 90, no5 September / October pp 40-42.
2001 ‘Jumping into the DEEP END,’ Architectural Review Spring 2001 pp 37 –41.
2001 ‘Critical Reflections on the (re)design of indigenous sites and community participation outcomes’ KERB The Journal of Landscape Architecture, Issue 10, pp.28 - 30.
2000 ‘Grimm: A Cemetery Studio (Part II)’ KERB The Journal of Landscape Architecture, Issue 8, pp.52 - 58.
2000 ‘Grimm: A Cemetery Studio (Part I)’ KERB The Journal of Landscape Architecture, Issue 7, pp.36 - 40.
Exhibitions, Comissions (Built Works) and Design Research Projects
2013 Revista Sarda, invited land art installation, Punta Rossa, Caprera Island, La Maddalena Archipelago Natural Park, curated by A. Piras.
2013 Ware, S. Bartkowicz, K. Howard, M. and Rogers, J. 2013, 'The Matter of Landscape:
Sustainable Design Strategies for RMIT City Campus', Australasian Campuses for
Sutainability (ACTS) Green Gown Awards, category finalist, Sydney, Australia.
2012 RAir Collection, invited work in group show, ‘X-field: Neighboring Effect’ in Gallery Factory, Seoul, curated by C. Jaewon & S. Helsel. (additional showings, CU SPACE Gallery(798) Beijing, China (2011) 45 Downstairs, Melbourne 2010)
2011 Ware, S. and Cullity, K. 'The Gift Armature Curated by City of Melbourne', 1200
Buildings Public Art Commission, The Atrium, Federation Square, Melbourne, Australia
2011 Ware, S. Macfarlane, P. and McCarthy, N. ‘Peace KeepingVeterans Memorial’ Commemorative Art Project Curated by Kevan Thomas City of Kingston, Australia
2011 Ware, S. Macfarlane, P. and Bryant, F. 'The Bench as an Armature for
Remembrance: Memorial for Staff in the City of Greater Dandenong' Melbourne, Australia
2009 Sunburnt: Australian Practices of Landscape Architecture, Gallery of Australian Design, Canberra ACT, curated by SA Ware and J Raxworthy. (Additional International showings: Auckland Gallery of Design, NZ(2010), UVA Thomas Jefferson Art and Design Gallery, USA (2010), the Royal Danish Design Museum (2011), and Delft University Centre for Contemporary Landscape.(2011)
2009 Eight Small Highs, Northcote High Views Exhibition, invited exhibition with A Mina, curated by S Calthorpe.
2009 Lunch with the Gnomeless, invited public installation in Victoria State of Design curated by F Watson.
2009 Polytactics in The Inaugural DRI Fire Design Challenge Exhibition in collaboration with N Bertram, D. Mainwaring, V Smith, L Harper, and J Beneyto-Ferre, at The Melbourne Museum curated by F Watson. Also exhibited at Unlimited: Designing for the Asia Pacific (Triennial) Brisbane, GOMA, QLD (October 2010) curated by F. Watson and E. McEwan.
2008 The Anti-memorial to Heroin Overdose Victims exhibited in The Shanghai Biennale, curated by B Allpress.
2008 ‘37 North’, in Connected Communities: film, 4 minutes. Melbourne, Australia: Urban Screens Festival, Federation Square, curated by M Struppek.
2008 ULCE 001: Urban Liveability Collective Exhibition, Design for the Everyday, Yarra Sculpture Gallery, curated by SA Ware.
2007-2008 The SIEV X Memorial, built work, Canberra ACT
2007 Noticing Melbourne in Strangely Familiar, invited group exhibition, SALA Gallery, Adelaide, South Australia curated by G Lee.
2007 Pillow Talk, Melbourne Fringe Festival, Melbourne, VIC curated by S. Calthorpe
2005 Turn Left at Albuquerque, University of New Mexico Architecture Gallery, Albuquerque, NM.
2005 Anti-memorials: Re-thinking the landscape of memory, ’PhD Exhibition, The Artery Gallery, Fitzory, Victoria
2004 The Road-as-Shrine project included in the 2004 State of Design Exhibition at the Melbourne Museum
2003 The Road-as-Shrine ,built work, Churchill Victoria
2002 Suburbia Revisited, Melbourne International Garden Show Exhibition
2002 An Anti-Memorial to Heroin Overdoses, Melbourne Festival Installation St Kilda, Victoria.
2001 Stolen Generations Memorial Competition, Melbourne Museum, Carlton Victoria, Exhibition Curator.
A c t i v i t i e s , H o n o u r s& G r a n t s
2013 OLT Shared Mastery, An innovative model for mobility in Design Education.
2011 ARC Discovery Grant, Design Practice Research: uncovering the role of spatial intelligence of designing and reviewing design of the built environment, with Prof Leon van schaik, Prof Geoffrey London, and Prof Collin Fudge.
2010 Excellence Award Research and Communication, Victorian Chapter, Australian Institute of Landscape Architects for The Sunburnt Exhibition
2010 Fellow, Australian Institute of Landscape Architects
2010 Victorian Chapter of AILA, elective member of the State Executive Group, Awards Committee Chair
2010 Jury Convenor for The Un-Landscaped Competition, Landscape Australia, (2009 as well)
2010 Jury member, National Boer War Memorial Competition, Canberra
2009 Convener and Curator of AILA National Conference, April 2009
2009 Victoria University, NZ External Academic Program Reviewer (Landscape Architecture and Interior Design)
2009 The Japan Foundation Grant, &18,000, Sakamoto Exhibition, The Public Poetics.
2008 National Award for Design, The SIEV X memorial project, Australian Institute of Landscape Architects
2008 ‘37 North’ (film) Urban Screens Festival, Melbourne October 3 – 8.
2007 –2009 Member of the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects National Council
2007 Design Excellence Award, Victorian Chapter, Australian Institute of Landscape Architects for The SIEV X memorial project
2006 DSC Portfolio Commendation for Emerging Research Supervision 2006
2004 Design Excellence Award, Victorian Chapter, Australian Institute of Landscape Architects for The Road-as-Shrine project
2003 UMAP Grant $18,000, Public Space in Mexico and Melbourne a Comparative study
2003 Victoria Chapter Royal Australian Institute of Architects, Design Awards Jury
2002 National Award for Design Excellence, Anti- Memorial for Heroin Overdose Victims, Australian Institute of Landscape Architects
2002 RMIT Research Innovation Award, An Anti- Memorial for Heroin Overdose Victims
2002 RMIT Undergraduate Research Opportunity Grant - $1400, Road-as-Shrine Project
2001 Melbourne Festival Grant $30,000, Anti-Memorial to Heroin Overdose Victims
2001 Stolen Generations Memorial Competition (RMIT / Melbourne Museum / Link-Victoria ) Competition Organiser and Chairperson
2001 Sydney Meyer Foundation Grant $10,000, Stolen Generations Memorial Competition
1997 - 2002 Victoria AILA State Design Awards Jury (2000 - 2001 Chairperson)
I n v i t e dS p e a k e r , C r i t i c, & W o r k s h o p s
2013 Beijing, China Keynote Address ILIA Conference: Sunburnt Australian Practices of Landscape Architecture
2013 Aarhus, Denmark, Invited Lecture: The Anti-Memorial: Socially engaged practices of making memory
2013 Malmo, Sweden (SLU Alnarp) Invited Lecture: Design Practice Research: Theoretical framing and Practical Examples from RMIT Melbourne
2013 Barcelona, Spain (ETSAB) Invited Design Workshop Leader ‘The Forest that ate Barcelona’
2013 ADAPTr- ITN Marie Curie Practice Research Symposium, Ghent Belgium ‘Differentiation Models and Tri-polarity: Complex positioning in Design Research
2013 European Masters in Landscape Architecture, Normandy Energy-scapes (student workshop team leader)
2012 Versailles, France (ENSP-V), Design Practice Research and Landscape Architectural Contributions
2012 Barcelona, Spain, International Landscape Biennale, Invite Panel Presenter: The Future of Landscape Architecture in a post boom, climate change fatigued world.
2012 European Masters in Landscape Architecture, Costa Brava Spain (student workshop team leader)
2010 ‘Post mortem, Memorials and Activism’, Affirmative Architecture Symposia, RMIT University
2010 ‘Landscape Architecture vs Landscape Urbanism: The Spatial consequences of Bio-Metrics”, International Conference on Landscape Architectural Education. Keynote Address. The University of Maryland, Baltimore, MD, USA
2010 ‘When should Memorials die?’ Keynote lecture at the International Americans for the Arts Half-Century Summit, 50th Anniversary Annual Convention, Baltimore, MD.
2010 ‘Anti-memorials: Re-thinking the landscape of memory,’ Sint-Lucas, Ghent, Belgium inaugural EU_GRC Lecture Series
2010 ‘Design Activism, a Political, Spatial Practice’, Catholic University at Leuven, Belgium
2010 ‘Memorials, Meaning and the art of designing for Failure’, Delft University, Netherlands
2009 ‘Memorial Mania in Australia: The Geopolitics of Memory” International Conference on Monuments’ UNESCO Keynote speaker. University of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI USA
2009 ‘What is Wrong with Plastic Trees: A Treaty on Public Space and Design’, Community Oriented Design Engagement Live Projects Symposia, invited concluding speaker, RMIT University.
2009 ‘Constructing Memory’, UNSW Lecture Series, Sydney, NSW
2009 ‘Memorial Practices in Asia’, Chongqing University, China
2008 ‘Fluctuating Borders; Australia and the USA’, invited lectures at University of Michigan, University of Virginia, University of California, Berkeley, The New School, San Diego, Colorado State University, Utah State University, University of Nevada Las Vegas, University of New Mexico, Harvard GSD, ITSEM, Monterrey, MX.
2008 Practice based Research and Reflectivity through Design Research, Victoria University Invited Lecture Series, Wellington, NZ
2008 Teaching and Researching Landscape Architecture in the Global South, University of Cape Town, South Africa
2008 The Public Poetics, master class and postgraduate seminar, University of South Australia
2006 Anti-Memorials: Cultural expression and practices in modern landscapes
QUT Dean’s Lecture Series
2006 Memorials and the Uncanny, University of Adelaide, Landscape Architecture Visiting Lecture Series & guest critic
2006 Public Art Colloquia, master class and postgraduate seminar, University of South Australia
2005 Landscape and Memory: The ephemera of place, UNM Northrop Lecture Series
2005 Anti-memorials: Re-thinking the landscape of memory, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, School of Natural Resources Distinguished Alumni Lecture Series.
2005 Australian Landscape and the Art of Memory, The University of California at Berkeley, Landscape Architecture Program Lecture series & guest critic
2005 Border Stories, Invited Guest Critic and Workshop Speaker, The University of California at Los Angeles, Architecture and Design Colloquia Series
2005 Australia and the USA, contested Borders, Utah State University, Dean’s Lecture Series
2005 Anti-Memorials and Post S11 Design Work, Pennsylvania State University, Deans Lecture Series & guest critic
2004 Why Memorials? , The University of Georgia, Postgraduate Seminar & studio critique
2004 Dry Places, The University of Nevada at Las Vegas, student design workshop and guest critic
2004 Mexican and Australian Memorial Landscapes, ITSEM –Monterrey, Mexico, Presidente’ Lectura Passages e Architectura
2004 Seven Cities and Fluctuating Borders, Exhibition of Student Work and Seminar from UMAP project, RMIT University
2004 Roadside Memorials; a landscape of meaning, Meeting Place Regional Arts Conference, Ballarat, Victoria.
2004 Victoria Road Accident Trauma learning seminar, Invited speaker and participant
2004 Mildura Rural Community Youth Association, invited speaker and workshop participant
2003 Seven Cities: Seeing Mexico from the outside in, UDLAP – Puebla, Mexico, student workshop, design critic and organizer
2003 Fluctuating Border Workshop Mexico City, Mexico., Collaborative workshop with IBERO Mexico City, RMIT Melbourne, San Diego New School of Architecture, ESUA Guadalajara, TECM Mexico City, UDLAP Puebla.
2001 Indigenous Memorials and Design Competitions Indigenous Culture and Design Education Symposia (Invited speaker) Adelaide University 2001
P o s tG r a d u a t eS u p er v i s i o n
Completed PhD Students (Research)
2013 Perry Lethlean – ‘It’s Hard getting Messy When You’ re Compositional, Braided Pathways: A Practice Sustained by Difference’
2013 Kate Cullity – ‘More than Just Looking Good: Beauty, Aesthetics, and Care, Braided Pathways: A Practice Sustained by Difference’
2013 Anton James – ‘Exploring a Looping Path. A design art practice in landscape architecture’
2013 Thierry Kandjee – ‘Designing the Skeleton of /for Robust Landscapes’
2012 Judy Rogers – ‘Sustainable City: Challenging all that is’
2012 Khalila Binti – ‘Designing the Street Market: Unfolding the Local & the Global’
2011 Geoff Hogg – ‘Repeatable Shape’
2011 Yvette Dumergue – ‘Surface Imperfections: and the spaces in-between’
2011 Gabriele Knueppel – ‘in|site: sensory and spatial coherence in interior architecture’
2010 Joanne Russell-Clarke – ‘Suburbs and the Architecture of Irony: Desiring, Designing and Delivering Utopia’
2010 Catherine Dung – ‘Public Space Combinations’
2009 Vivian Mitsogianni – ‘The White Noise Panorama’
MLA (Research Students)
2008 Chaya Bratoeva – ‘Designing for the Urban Void: non-plan, terrain vague, and landscape nothingness’
2007 Lingling Qiu – ‘The Unique Character of A Site – Central Plaza in Guangzhou, China’
2007 George Wright – ‘HYDROLOGICAL POLITICS & CULTURAL INFRASTRUCTURE - The Landscape of Common Sense’
2006 Scott Adams – ‘Time and emergence: designing the non-instant landscape’
2005 Tim O’Loan, ‘The Urban Yard: Emergent Inner-urban Open Space’
2004 Cesar Torres ‘Metapark’
2004 Patrick Franklin, ‘On the Margins’
2003 Shree Shaw, ‘Heartline Riverfront Development’
2003 Jo Russel-Clarke, ‘Casket Creek’
2002 Josie Dujmovic, ‘Refiguring Memory’