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Paul Cureton

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Senior Research Fellow in Landscape and Infrastructure

Birmingham School of Architecture and Design

Dr. Paul Cureton is a Senior Lecturer in Design (People, Products, Places) Imagination Lancaster, Lancaster University. Paul is also a Senior Research Fellow in Landscape and Infrastructure, Birmingham City University, UK in the CATiD Research Centre. He holds a PhD in Landscape Representation from Manchester School of Architecture. Primary research interests include Future Cities, GIS, UAVs, mapping, modelling and digital fabrication. Recent publications include Explorations of the Work of Lawrence Halprin ‘Rhythm, Agency, Scoring & the City’ in ‘Landscape & Agency: Critical Essays, a monograph; ‘Strategies for Landscape Representation: Digital and Analogue Techniques’ (Routledge 2016) and the co-authored governmental working paper ‘A Visual History of the Future’ (Foresight, BIS 2014).