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March 29, 2020

The Lockdown could also boost the 'good' feeling!

We are all starting to learn more about ways to better communicate virtually and have a healthier ‘life’ and ‘work’ ‘from home’ experience. It’s heart-warming to know there are many virtual ways to connect us with each other. But it’s also good to ‘feel’ the ‘feeling’ of not being able to have much physical and […]


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July 27, 2019

Reflections: learning from teaching another exploratory master of architecture design studio; archi-fashion lab

I came back to teach another exploratory design studio on Architecture and fashion with a multi-layered socio-cultural theme last semester. It was a wonderful experience to take on another exploratory journey with students and my colleague, Adam Peacock, a creative designer and a consultant, and to encourage students’ critical design thinking to develop creative design […]


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January 30, 2019

Developing New Forms of Architecture Practice and Research

In this post I’m reflecting upon my recent understanding of the need to introduce new forms of Architecture practice and research, which also follows on one of my previous blogs on developing a strategic design career plan. The existing alternative forms of architecture practice often act as an agency between traditional and more speculative formats. […]


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December 3, 2018

MRelay Talk, MPavilion18

It was a privilege to be able to partner with Mpavilion18 and speak along a number of influential and inspiring designers, thinkers and practitioners about finding ways to healthier places with a socially and physically healing architecture.


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July 8, 2018

Contemporary formats of "work" culture and the appearance of new forms of (co/shared)working spaces

The appearance of new forms of employment has introduced an alternative wave of individualized urban professionals, such as casual-based, project-based, entrepreneurship, and freelance workforce. This generation of independent professional encourages a more flexible and nomadic worklife from remote and/or mobile locations. Since 1997 home-based work is growing rapidly, for instance in the UK, one in […]


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