Research Indaba* 18: Good Design emerges through Good Research

Elnokaly, Amira, ed. (2018) Research Indaba* 18: Good Design emerges through Good Research. University of Lincoln, Lincoln. ISBN 978-1-86050-256-9

Research Indaba* 18: Good Design emerges through Good Research
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Our new School of Architecture and the Built Environment is home to a thriving and collaborative research culture. Students and staff have the opportunity to work together to create new knowledge with the potential to transform lives and societies. We embrace the interconnected and interdisciplinary nature of our global built environment through our teaching, learning and research activity. Research is at the centre of our teaching and learning agenda and through research-informed teaching we confront the key challenges that the industry faces, in terms of design, construction and occupation of our built environment.
The School carries out high impact research for the benefit of society. Our vision is to be recognised internationally as a centre of research excellence and teaching innovation in Architecture, Construction Science and allied disciplines for enhancing the design and production of tomorrow’s built environment.
We encourage collaborative and interdisciplinary research at all levels and beyond the boundaries and borders within which we are located. Consequently, engagement activity with our local community is an essential element of our strategy. At the same time, many of our research active staff are engaged in national and international leading research with key external stakeholders.
Research and research-informed teaching are essential tools for nurturing our School’s environment and playing a leading role in cutting edge education where creating new knowledge is at the forefront of our agenda. The papers being presented at this indaba reflect this interdisciplinary research ethos.

Keywords:Sustainable architecture, Culture, Society and Space, Construction Management, Cultural Heritage
Subjects:K Architecture, Building and Planning > K210 Building Technology
K Architecture, Building and Planning > K220 Construction Management
K Architecture, Building and Planning > K100 Architecture
K Architecture, Building and Planning > K990 Architecture, Building and Planning not elsewhere classified
K Architecture, Building and Planning > K110 Architectural Design Theory
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Deposited On:13 Mar 2019 12:02

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