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Harriet Harriss

Senior Lecturer in Architecture Harriet Harriss teaches post-graduate architecture at Oxford Brookes and supervises Architecture dissertations at the Royal College of Art. She has two books coming out this year: one for Taylor Francis on the subject of Architecture Live Project pedagogy and one with Cambridge Scholars Publishing on London Power stations. An active commentator on the future of architectural education, she previously co-directed Design Heroine Architecture (DHA); a NESTA Pioneer Award winning niche practice that focused on public participation in architecture & co-created innovative and responsive spatial projects and design research publications. In 2007, Harriet was awarded a British Academy Rome Scholarship enabling her to explore the relationship between Baroque theatre set mechanics and the machinery of slaughter within the city’s abattoir. Additional subject areas include: Architecture & film, British Social Housing since 1900, the Growth of 18thC London Estates, Representation for design and flood resilient architecture, design research methods, Architecture & the Enlightenment.

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