Halina Dunin-Woyseth is an architect and professor at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design (AHO). Since 1990 she has been the founding head of AHO's Doctoral Programme. Her professional, teaching and research experience originated in urban design and spatial planning-related issues. During the recent decade she has been mainly involved in issues of knowledge in the design professions. She has lectured extensively at the doctoral level and supervised PhDstudents in Norway and abroad, and she has been commissioned as an evaluator by several research councils in Scandinavia and has also experience from assessing EUfunded research. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
Fredrik Nilsson is architect SAR/MSA, professor of Architectural Theory at Chalmers University of Technology, and Partner and Head of Research and Development at White Arkitekter AB, Sweden. He has taught and lectured widely, and has written especially on contemporary architecture, architectural theory and philosophy with a special interest in the epistemology of architecture and the interaction between conceptual, theoretical thinking and practical design work. Nilsson is author and editor of several books and frequently publishes articles, architectural criticism and reviews of books. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
Design Innovation for the Built Environment: Research by design and the renovation of practice
On the emergence of
research by design and
architectural and urban
HalinaDunin-Woyseth and Fredrik Nilsson
The objective of this chapter is to delineate a picture of how research...
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