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  • Tamadhar Alfahal: Can a set of religious principles generate innovative design solutions? Can a proposal for a curriculum for design education spark a change in perception of Islamic art and design?
  • Mai Alhasawi: A comparative analysis of the urban and social transformation of three cities in UAE; the question of identity.
  • Soha Alzaid: The history of Ka’ba and its representation in different artworks: the case study of silk screen printing.
  • Maya Camou: Sustainable Thinking - Social and Economic Benefits.
  • Huichao Feng: The culture paradox of the Mosuo tribe presented through spatial form in contemporary China.
  • Joseph Hawkins: Thy British Tempè – The Creation of Hagley Park (1692-1773)
  • Martha Nunez Lopez: Promoting sustainable development within higher education through innovation in the area of product design, and in the context of Mexico.
  • Jenny Peevers: What is the importance of memory and personal attachment to places and how does this impact on sense of belonging and sense of place?
  • Wenbo Deng: Influences of urban textures and architectural forms in contemporary sculptural ceramic practice: dialogues of contemporary urban living between objects, makers and audience.
  • Ying Sun: Chinese square dance: exploring the relationship among sound, residents and urban spaces in contemporary Chinese cities.