PROF Kim DOVEY

PROF Kim DOVEY

Positions

  • Informal Settlements
  • Place Identity
  • Politics of public space
  • Transit-oriented Development
  • Urban Morphology of Creative Clusters

Overview

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  • Kim Dovey is Professor of Architecture and Urban Design in the faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning. His research on social issues in architecture and urban design has included investigations of housing, shopping malls, corporate towers, urban waterfronts and the politics of public space. Books include 'Framing Places: Mediating Power in Built Form' (Routledge 1999, 2008)  'Fluid City' (Routledge 2005) and 'Becoming Places' (Routledge 2009). Current research projects include those on urban place identity, creative clusters, transit-oriented urban design and the morphology of informal settlements.   

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Awards

Education and training

  • PhD, University of California 1987
  • MArch, University of Melbourne 1979
  • AArch, Curtin University of Technology 1976

Awards and honors

  • Planning Institute Australia, 2005
  • RAIA, 1997

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Supervision

Available for supervision

  • N

Supervision Statement

  • Students seeking research supervision should have read substantial portions of my published work.