Craig Douglas


Craig Douglas is a Senior Lecturer in the Landscape Architecture Program, and Co-Director of the Office of Urban Transformations Research (OUTR) Laboratory, a School of Architecture + Design d_Lab research team in the Centre for Design Practice Research.

His research is an exploration of the activity of making that challenges ideas through the laws of matter that are necessary to their becoming, and is itself a thinking process through which knowledge and ideas are generated through the work.  The activity of making is considered as an agent for understanding and responding to the challenges of the built environment in a rapidly changing complex world through live projects in collaboration with community, industry and government stakeholders. 

The research focus is for the generation of sustainable urban futures conceived through a practice of design informed through a careful and rigorous exploration of economic, environmental, and social systems that constitute the dynamic medium of the landscape, and the landscape that is the city.

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