Dr. Graeme Evans is Professor of Urban Design at Middlesex University, Department of Design and Director of the Art & Design Research Institute. He has been leading a research project in the Lee Valley as part of a 3 year Arts & Humanities Research Council-funded project: Towards Hydrocitizenship, exploring the changing relationships between people, ecosystems and urban water landscapes, and the legacy of waterside architecture and heritage. In June 2015 he curated the Hackney Wick & Fish Island Connecting Communities Festival including an exhibition of site-based design schemes including BA Interior Architecture student work, as part of the London Festival of Architecture. Graeme is also Professor of Culture & Urban Development at Maastricht University, The Netherlands where he has been working on several industrial heritage re-use schemes.

Naomi House is a Designer, Educator and Writer with an approach to the Interior that is framed through forensic investigation. A Senior Lecturer in Interior Architecture at Middlesex University she is also a Tutor in Critical and Historical Studies at the Royal College of Art. Naomi is a founding member and Superintendent of C.I.D — the Council of Inordinate Design.



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