Lara Mackintosh is an architect, lecturer and PhD candidate. Her current research focuses on addressing social, economic and environmental issues of sustainability in the built environment through practice and education.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Analysing the Lack of Student Engagement in the Sustainability Agenda: A Case Study in Teaching Architecture

This paper traces the evolution of teaching of Ecologically Sustainable Design within an architecture/interior architecture university teaching program as it moves towards a more transformative teaching and learning approach.

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Just Doing It: The Role of Experiential Learning and Integrated Curricula in Architectural Education

This paper explores the nature of transformative learning experiences, focusing on the cross-curricula application of skills and knowledge in environmental education programs, and how this can support sustainable behavior.

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Published online: April 25, 2014

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Learning to Change Together: The Social Context of Architectural Learning

Using international models of learning, this paper explores the influence of the social context in architectural education and discusses the opportunities to support behavioral change through learning.

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Published online: September 5, 2014

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Learning about Architecture: The Art of Making and Being

This paper discusses experiences within design-build programs and the role of critical reflection in architectural education. It introduces a model for future programs alongside a framework for transformative architectural learning.

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Published Online: February 15, 2017

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