The alter-ego of editorial intelligence by Cameron Bruhn

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Abstract

This PhD research follows the trajectory of architecture, landscape architecture and interior design from 2003-2016. It documents my significant contribution to Australian built-environment writing, editing and publishing, situating the practice as a site of innovation across disciplines and mediums. The key collaborators, critical tendencies and organizational themes of the practice are understood through a horizontal and vertical dissection of my editorial methods and techniques within the matrix of publications, events and programs. The personification of the three editorial streams of the practice through the speculative titles: Howard – The Life of the Creative Individual, Florence – International Forum for Design Engagement and Walter – Journal of Australian City Making reveals the alter ego of my editorial intelligence. The research document reconsiders and reframes the body of work providing evidence of the mastery and the practice’s contribution to local and international knowledge in architecture, landscape architecture and interior design.

Year: 2017
Examiners: Ms Esther Anatolitis, Prof Nikos Papastergiadis  Supervisors: Prof Leon van Schaik, Prof SueAnne Ware

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