Davina Jackson is associate professor of New South Global Design at the University of New South Wales (supporting research across three faculties), catalyst of the emerging dCITY data cities modelling research ecosystem, and author of a forthcoming book on 16 young Australian practices. And former editor of Architecture Australia.
Davina Jackson's Latest contributions
Davina Jackson explores the genesis of the Sydney School of architecture that emerged in the 1960s – and attempts to locate it in the broader modernist movement.
From 88 mainly student entries, RMIT’s Nicolas Koulouras wins this year’s AA Prize.His vigorous scheme nods to modernist sports arenas and takes current world interest in folded and crumpled facades a step onwards:thanks to an old Scientific American article about knots.