Category Archives: Design Thinking

“Oculata Manus” published by Routledge

The essay “Oculata Manus: On the Role of the Body in the Making of Creative Minds” was published as a chapter in Developing Creative Thinking in Beginning Design, edited by Stephen A. Temple and published by Routledge, an imprint of

“Oculata Manus” published by Routledge

The essay “Oculata Manus: On the Role of the Body in the Making of Creative Minds” was published as a chapter in Developing Creative Thinking in Beginning Design, edited by Stephen A. Temple and published by Routledge, an imprint of

Oculata Manus

Oculata Manus On the Role of the Body in the Making of Creative Minds Bradley Walters and Lisa Huang Young designers and beginning design students are often motivated more by emotion, immediacy, and sensuality than by ideologies, theories, or abstract

Oculata Manus

Oculata Manus On the Role of the Body in the Making of Creative Minds Bradley Walters and Lisa Huang Young designers and beginning design students are often motivated more by emotion, immediacy, and sensuality than by ideologies, theories, or abstract

“Oculata Manus” published in Vorkurs Journal

The essay “Oculata Manus” was included in the inaugural edition of the Journal Vorkurs, edited by Zachary Wignall and Elizabeth Cronin. The essay probes pedagogies based in materiality and making, with particular reference to a new curricular structure introduced in

“Oculata Manus” published in Vorkurs Journal

The essay “Oculata Manus” was included in the inaugural edition of the Journal Vorkurs, edited by Zachary Wignall and Elizabeth Cronin. The essay probes pedagogies based in materiality and making, with particular reference to a new curricular structure introduced in

Vicenza 3.0: Imparando dal Passato International Exhibition of Student Work

Working with Giancarlo Busato and Sotirios Papadopoulos, Bradley Walters co-curated an international exhibition of work prepared by students from the University of Florida School of Architecture. The exhibition included prints and engravings prepared by students in the Vicenza Institute of

Vicenza 3.0: Imparando dal Passato International Exhibition of Student Work

Working with Giancarlo Busato and Sotirios Papadopoulos, Bradley Walters co-curated an international exhibition of work prepared by students from the University of Florida School of Architecture. The exhibition included prints and engravings prepared by students in the Vicenza Institute of

Here be Dragons: On the Value of Incompleteness in Drawing

As a warning to unwary seafarers, the Lenox Globe (ca. 1503-07) included the following cautionary inscription on the eastern coast of Asia: “HC SVNT DRACONES” (hic sunt dracones). The Latin phrase offers an ominous warning, translated directly as “here be

Here be Dragons: On the Value of Incompleteness in Drawing

As a warning to unwary seafarers, the Lenox Globe (ca. 1503-07) included the following cautionary inscription on the eastern coast of Asia: “HC SVNT DRACONES” (hic sunt dracones). The Latin phrase offers an ominous warning, translated directly as “here be

Dead Letter Office

To speak of “live” projects is also to acknowledge the presence of “dead” projects, those for whom there is no client and at the end of which there is no plan to implement or full-scale project to occupy. The dead

Dead Letter Office

To speak of “live” projects is also to acknowledge the presence of “dead” projects, those for whom there is no client and at the end of which there is no plan to implement or full-scale project to occupy. The dead

Urban Seams and Sutures: Strategies for Intervening in Pre-Industrial Urban Landscapes

The urban condition has become “a space of spontaneous self-organization and emergence, it is inherently dynamic, connected, interactive, a messy assemblage of networks, systems, ecologies, all competing with and contaminating, each other” (Furján 2008, 52).  While these conditions and phenomena

Urban Seams and Sutures: Strategies for Intervening in Pre-Industrial Urban Landscapes

The urban condition has become “a space of spontaneous self-organization and emergence, it is inherently dynamic, connected, interactive, a messy assemblage of networks, systems, ecologies, all competing with and contaminating, each other” (Furján 2008, 52).  While these conditions and phenomena