Master of Architecture (University of Western Australia), Bachelor of Environmental Design (University of Western Australia)
Liz Brogden is a PhD candidate with the Urban Informatics group in the QUT Design Lab. She has a Master of Architecture and Bachelor of Environmental Design 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 design, theory and technology units in the architecture course at QUT. She has teaching experience as a Master studio leader, unit-co-ordinator, lecturer, head tutor and tutor and is an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
Liz’s research interests include design for disaster resilience, including disaster recovery and shelter – building from experience working on transportable and modular architectural projects. Through her teaching practice at QUT, these interests have grown to include the broader implications of resilient design, architectural education, and design studio pedagogy.
+ Research Assistant, Unit Development DYB111 Architectural Visualisation
+ 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