Angelique Edmonds

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Angelique Edmonds is currently a lecturer in the school of Art, Architecture & Design at University of South Australia. She believes that architecture can participate in, and impact upon, people’s everyday lives as a significant contributor to social outcomes. She is interested in public Architecture, fostering agency, participation and engagement and has a particular interest in social sustainability in design; fostering socially inclusive design, engaging cross cultural and broad participation from diverse groups and design approaches which foster resilience. Angelique completed a PhD in interdisciplinary Cross Cultural Research through ANU in 2007 which focused upon the agency of Aboriginal people in South East Arnhem Land in Australia in determining the order of their lives, as evidenced through their responses to the living practices, planning and built forms of imposed sedentary life. Prior to that she completed a Master of Philosophy in the History & Philosophy of Architecture at Cambridge University and completed her Architecture degrees at Kingston University in London and UNSW in Sydney. In addition to experience in design practice, she has also worked across the arts and within Australia’s film industry.

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