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Holly Doron

Design, Birmingham City University

Thesis title:

Co-creating regenerative futures: The role of architectural and social lab processes in communities shaping their civic and social infrastructures.


Research Area

  • Design
  • Design History, Theory and Practice


Holly Rose Doron (2015) S[q]WOTting Between Academia and Practice, AAE Charrette, Volume 2, No. 1, Autumn 2015, pp 81-91 (11).

Hannah Vowles, Jim Low & Holly Rose Doron (2012) Investigating Architecture Studio Culture in the UK: A Progress Report, Journal for Education in the Built Environment, 7:2, 26-49, DOI: 10.11120/jebe.2012.07020026


Architecture Connects AAE 2017 Conference – Integration of practice experience into the design of undergraduate courses. Holly Doron, Christopher Maloney, Hannah Vowles and Ian Shepherd.

Other Research Interests

Regenerative design

Participatory architecture

Place-based learning and experimentation

Rhizomatic learning

Studio culture

Transdisciplinary collaboration