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Laura Brown

Department: Architecture and Built Environment

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Creative architectures of the Summer Olympic Games: Design, construction, legacy, Brown, L., Cresciani, M. Jul 2018
  • Adaptable design in Olympic construction, Brown, L., Cresciani, M. 14 Dec 2017, In: International Journal of Building Pathology and Adaptation
  • Regional character in International construction, Brown, L., Cresciani, M. 26 Sep 2016
  • Evaluating Perspectives of Olympic Legacy in Modern European Olympic Architecture (1948-2012), Brown, L. 2015, 12th International Post-Graduate Research Conference 2015 Proceedings, Salford, Manchester, UK, University of Salford
  • The Olympic Legacies of Roma 1960 and Athens 2004, Brown, L., Cresciani, M. 20 Aug 2015, In: Proceedings of IASS Annual Symposia, IASS 2015 Amsterdam Symposium: Future Visions – Historical Spatial Structures

Qualifications

  • Architecture RIBA June 26 2014
  • Architecture MA (Hons) June 24 2014
  • Architecture RIBA July 14 2011
  • Architecture BA (Hons) June 23 2011
  • Sport BSc (Hons) June 30 2007
  • Art and Design (other/general) BTEC Advanced Diploma October 22 2004
  • Architecture PhD
  • Associate Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy AFHEA


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