Christina Godiksen

AA Dipl, MAA (Danish Architect) Coordinates Year 2 and 3 in Architecture at Oxford Brookes University as well as teaching a design studio focused on live design practice as a creative instrument for architecture. She leads an ongoing collaborative residency in a marble landscape community, exploring the architectural potential of waste marble and redundant marble landscapes. Christina’s work and research has been centered on architecture and urban and community development and she is currently a panel member of the Urban Design Review Board for the City in LA.

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Live Projects across the disciplines

Live Projects in the discipline of architecture have been described as a form of ‘proto-practical learning that takes place in the borderlands between architectural education and built environment practice.’ (Harriss & Widder, 2014, p. 1). They often involve varied forms

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