Nick Dunn is Professor of Urban Design at ImaginationLancaster at the Lancaster Institute for the Contemporary Arts, Lancaster University, UK.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Hybrid Modes of Inquiry: [Re]Mapping the Nature of the Design Studio in Architecture Education

Knowledge production in architecture education needs to be more responsive to the transformations in society. This paper proposes a theoretical framework to address this.

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Infrastructural Urbanism: Ecologies and Technologies of Multi-layered Landscapes

This paper examines the transformation of cities in the increasingly globalized 21st century and the increasing gap between physical 'place' and digital 'space'.

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Altered States: Social Networks, Digital Ecologies and Affecting Change in the Urban Landscape

This paper proposes a framework for effecting change in the urban landscape through notions of spatial justice, governance, and communities in relation to physical place and digital identity.

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The End of Architecture? Networked Communities, Urban Transformation and Post-capitalist Landscapes

This paper seeks to respond to the material and immaterial flows that constitute the contemporary urban condition in relation to its governance, communities and the (re)configuration of space.

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Interactive Instruments: Situated Technology, Intelligent Terrain, and Design Commons

This paper examines the role of interfaces for participatory design to respond effectively to the contemporary, shifting urban situation with respect to design practices and modalities.

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Published online: April 11, 2014

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