Robyn Creagh

researcher, lecturer, facilitator
The University of Notre Dame, Australia
<p>Dr Robyn Creagh is a researcher, facilitator and teacher. She is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Notre Dame Australia, at the Fremantle campus. In the new architecture program she leads the research and contexts stream.</p> <p>Her research projects address architectural design, evaluation and occupant experience. She has led and co-authored reports, papers, chapters and creative works contributing to our understandings of the embodied experience of architecture and sense of place in urban contexts.</p> <p>Robyn is passionate about inviting people to critically and creatively engage with the built environment. 2017-2019 Robyn edited The Architect magazine with Fiona Giles for the Australian Institute of Architects WA Chapter. During this time Robyn and Fiona worked to build community and increase diversity within West Australian architectural criticism.</p> <p>Robyn is an experienced facilitator for professional and general audiences. She has developed and delivered design and place-based workshops for Local and State Government, industry and community groups (including architects, but also urban sports practitioners), as well as academics, university students and high school students. </p>
Location
WA
Interested in
Public Speaking, Juries, Sessional Teaching or Crits, Writing