Jeremy Till

Architecture and Participation: 2005: Routledge

Edited with Peter Blundell Jones and Doina Petrescu. A collection of essays setting out the whys and hows of new approaches to participation. My chapter in the book appears to have ended up on this website. (under Biblioteca) Other chapters include work by Jon Broome, Giancarlo de Carlo, CHORA, and my two fellow editors.

The Future is Hairy

The best essay on the building and meaning of our house, with stories.

Scarcity contra Austerity

Unpicking the differences between scarcity and austerity, the implications for the built environment. Good twitter feedback. Translated into French courtesy of the great journal Criticat. Pdf of translation here.

Studio X: Rio de Janeiro

"Beyond the Fountainhead" Lecture at the fantastic Studio X, a venture of Columbia's GSAAD. Video here

How does design function in a recession?

Part of a panel at the VandA organised by Guy Julier. Summary of debate is here

Keynote: Economy Conference: Cardiff

Scarce Times. 

An early rehearsal of some of scarcity work.

Occupational Hazards: Architectural Review

A short think piece on the 2011 Occupation movement and its relevance to architecture.

RIBA Research Symposium

Retrofit under conditions of scarcity. Pdf of presentation is here. Background to day here

Three Myths and One Model

Originally commissioned by the RIBA, a piece on what might or might not constitute architectural research. Big in Spain.

Green Economics Conference: Oxford University

Scarce Pickings

Iceland Academy of Arts and Architecture: Reykjavik

Spatial Ethics. A lecture that tried to marry work on spatial agency with Arna Mathiesen's brilliant analysis of scarcity in Reykjavik. 

Flexible Housing

A research project funded AHRC and done with Tatjana Schneider at the University of Sheffield, looking at the history and contemporary possibilities of housing that is designed for future change and adaptation. The project resulted in a bookwebsite and a number of articles, two of which are apparently the most cited of ARQ articles. Winner 2007 RIBA President’s Award for Outstanding University-based Research.

Faculty of Architecture, ULB, Brussels

The Expanding Field: Architecture Beyond the Object.

University of California, Berkeley

Spatial Agency and Design Activism

Live Projects Symposium: Oxford Brookes University

Shifting the Ground

In which I ask the question, if live projects are 'live' does this mean that the rest of architectural education is dead.

Glossing over the cracks

My response as to why giving the official government website 2013 Design of the Year was not so cool.

Architecture University Research Society, UPC Barcelona

Entropic Research

Design: Duarte Carrilho da Graça & Philipp Sokolov