LA Guest Lecture: Paul Cureton
Date and Time
Via Videoconference. Details to be announced closer to event date.
University of Guelph - Landscape Architecture Guest Lecture Series presents:
Paul Cureton, Senior Lecturer in Design at Imagination Lancaster, Lancaster University, UK.
Lecture on "Design Futures: Visualization, Mapping & Strategies"
Paul Cureton is a Senior Lecturer in Design at Imagination Lancaster and member of the Data Science Institute, Lancaster University, UK. His research interest revolves around the agency and expression of futures and methods in the built environment. This research interest has manifested itself in the exploration of the power of urban visions and speculative futures, the history and future of vertical urbanism through drones and the use of 3D mapping, geo-design and digital twins for urban design and planning.
His recent publications include the monograph Strategies for Landscape Representation: Digital and Analogue Techniques (2016). He is co-author, with Nick Dunn, of Future Cities: A Visual Guide (2020). Paul is currently working on the Lancaster City Information Model (LCIM) a project in partnership with Garsdale Design, supported by ESRI UK, Cyber City 3D and Bluesky International Inc.
Lecture kindly supported by the Ontario Association of Landscape Architects. All welcome to attend.
Contact: Landscape Architecture Guest Lecture Coordinator: Nadia Amoroso, Assistant Professor.