- Ms Liz Brogden
- Research Training Program (RTP) Stipend
Creative Industries Faculty,
School of Design Office,
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- Identifiers and profiles
Master of Architecture (University of Western Australia), Bachelor of Environmental Design (University of Western Australia)
- Professional memberships
UNAA – QLD Division & UNAA – Academic Network, 2017 – present
International Council for Research and Innovation in Building and Construction (CIB) – W120 (Disasters and the Built Environment), 2017 – present
Liz Brogden is a PhD candidate with the Urban Informatics Research Lab and QUT Design Lab. She has a Bachelor of Environmental Design and Master of Architecture from the University of Western Australia, and professional experience on a range of residential, commercial, and public architectural projects.
Liz has been employed as a sessional academic across various units in the architecture course at QUT including design, theory and technology subjects. She has managed Architectural Visualisation 2 as head tutor, developed and led a semester-long program and lecture series as coordinator of Architectural Design Studio 7, and also run a “Design & Disaster” themed Masters Studio.
Liz’s research interests include Post-Disaster Shelter and Settlements Design, building upon her experience working on architectural projects utilising transportable and modular building technologies. Through her teaching practice at QUT, these interests have grown to include the broader implications of humanitarianism in design, architectural education, and design studio pedagogy.
+ DAN101/201 : Master Design Studio Leader (5th year)
+ DAH710 : Architectural Design Studio 7 (4th year)
+ DAH610 : Architectural Design Studio 6 (3rd year)
+ DAB203 : Architectural Visualisation 2
+ DAB403 : Architectural Visualisation 3
+ DAB525 : Architecture and the City
+ PhD Candidate, (2014 -) Architecture & Disaster
+ Research Assistant, Rockhampton’s Resilient Future (Centre for Subtropical Design)
Professional Experience (Perth, WA)
+ Troppo Architects
+ Olk & Associates
+ Formworks Architecture
For publications by this staff member, visit QUT ePrints, the University's research repository.