This cluster takes an interdisciplinary approach to spatial design and explores the diversity of human occupation from garment to object to city. Its members’ work on urban space includes collaborative projects with the Middle East Technical University (METU), Ankara, the Sorbonne and Tianjin University. Other member collaborations include the ICA, National Maritime Museum, and Tate on ‘50s and ‘60s interiors, Pop, and The Independent Group. This Cluster has links in Japan, The Netherlands, South Korea, Canada and USA with research in/on postcolonial cities, post-industrial re-use, creative cities, branding, place-making and mega-events. It provides academic leadership for the Museum of Domestic Design and Architecture.
MoDA: Interwar Suburban Style
Graeme Evans - Cultural Planning
AUNT-SUE & VivaCity
Graeme Evans- Mega Events
MoDA: What's for Dinner? exhibition
Victorian Futures: Culture and Democracy from The Reform Act to Olympicopolis
Design History Society Annual Conference 2016
Graeme Evans: smART Cities & Waste
Design and Time. Design History Society Conference 2016
News for this cluster
Gavin Fernandes: Victorian Harewood exhibition
24-29 Oct, Harewood House, Leeds
Graeme Evans: Utopia and Connected Communities
7 Dec, British Library, London
Graeme Evans: Public policies on innovation and...
20 Oct, Cass Business School, City University
Graeme Evans speaks at Creative Matters @ London...
15 Sept, The Bargehouse - Oxo Tower Wharf,...
Francesca Murialdo: new chapter on spaces and...
Design Innovations for Contemporary Interiors and...