School of Architecture and Civil Engineering
Faculty of Sciences, Engineering and Technology
Eligible to supervise Masters and PhD - email supervisor to discuss availability.
Architect (UK), educator and researcher. Lecturing in design and construction, I am passionate about creating good buildings that improve people’s lives. My research focuses on sustainable design, housing and built heritage, and it draws on my background and training in architecture, applied design research and architectural history and theory. Certified Passive House Designer.
I have significant experience in architectural practice and have worked on several high-profile projects. Among others, I worked for CF Møller Architects, London, on the Athletes’ Village (designed to Code for Sustainable Homes Level 4) and on the Darwin Centre Two of the Natural History Museum (nominated for the Mies van der Rohe Award). For Bligh Voller Neild, I worked on the extension of Brisbane airport.
I hold a PhD from the University of London and have contributed to leading national and international publications, including professional publications such as Architecture Australia and the RIBA Journal. In 2017, I co-edited the book 'Mobilising Housing Histories: Learning from London's Past' (Routledge/RIBA Publishing) with Peter Guillery (UCL). My PhD research on London housing history was AHRC funded and supervised by the Survey of London (The Bartlett, UCL/English Heritage) and the Centre for Metropolitan History (IHR, University of London), and my PhD thesis was shortlisted for the RIBA President’s Medal for Research 2015. I also completed a post-doctoral research fellowship in 2017-18 at the Innovation in Applied Design (IAD) Research Lab, University of Sydney.
I have 20+ years of academic teaching experience and have held appointments in Australia and the UK at the University of South Australia, University of Sydney, Anglia Ruskin University, University College London, University of Kent and the University of East London.
Date Position Institution name 2020 - ongoing Senior Lecturer University of Adelaide 2017 - 2018 Research Fellow University of Sydney 2015 - 2020 Lecturer University of South Australia 2013 - 2015 Lecturer Anglia Ruskin University 2002 - 2013 Lecturer University of East London
Date Institution name Country Title 2009 - 2013 University of London United Kingdom PhD 2006 - 2007 University of Westminster United Kingdom RIBA Part 3 2000 - 2002 University of East London United Kingdom MA 1997 - 2000 Technical University of Berlin Germany Vordiplom (Degree)
Year Citation 2020 Kroll, D. (2020). Speculative House Builders as Designers: The Case of the Reader Brothers 1898-1939 in Greater London. Construction History, 35(2), 67-88. 2020 Kroll, D., Breen Lovett, S., Jimenez-Bescos, C., Chisnall, P., & Aitchison, M. (2020). Passive house vs. passive design: sociotechnical issues in a practice-based design research project for a low-energy house. Architectural Science Review, 63(3-4), 361-371.
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2019 Breen Lovett, S., & Kroll, D. P. (2019). Expanding Architectural Practice through Contemporary Art: Case Study on the Kandos Art Facility. Scroope: Cambridge Architecture Journal, 28, 80-92. 2018 Kroll, D. (2018). Architect-surveyors as designers of speculative housing: The case of Norfolk & prior 1901–1923. London Journal, 43(2), 163-188.
Year Citation 2017 Guillery, P., & Kroll, D. (Eds.) (2017). Mobilising Housing Histories Learning from London's Past for a Sustainable Future. - Proceedings of the 38th Annual Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians Australia and New Zealand (n.d.). . SAHANZ.
Year Citation 2017 Kroll, D. P. (2017). Urban Design in Victorian London: The Minet Estate in Lambeth 1870 to c. 1910. In P. Guillery, & D. Kroll (Eds.), Mobilising Housing Histories Learning from London's Past. London, United Kingdom: Routledge/RIBA Publishing. 2017 Kroll, D., & Pelsmakers, S. (2017). Victorian Houses: Recent Approaches to Sustainable Retrofit. In P. Guillery, & D. Kroll (Eds.), Mobilising Housing Histories Learning from London's Past. London, United Kingdom: Routledge/RIBA Publishing. 2016 Pelsmakers, S., & Kroll, D. (2016). The sustainable retrofit challenge: What does it mean for architecture?. In K. L. Thomas, T. Amhoff, & N. Beech (Eds.), Industries of Architecture (Vol. 1, pp. 316-323). Abingdon, Oxon; United Kingdom: Routledge.
Year Citation 2018 Kroll, D., Breen Lovett, S., & Aitchison, M. (2018). Sustainable Prefab Houses: Challenging Conventions in Design, Construction and Occupation. In http://zemch.org/proceedings/2018/ZEMCH2018.pdf (pp. 1-19). online: Zemch Network. 2017 McGinley, T., Abroe, B., Kroll, D., Murphy, M., Sare, T., & Gu, N. (2017). Agile X UniSA Pavilion: Agile principles and the parametric paradox. In CAADRIA 2017 - 22nd International Conference on Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia: Protocols, Flows and Glitches (pp. 169-178). Hong Kong: CAADRIA.
2016 Madigan, D., & Kroll, D. (2016). Alternative Infill Strategies for Established Residential Suburbs in Adelaide and London. In AMPS Proceedings Series 7 (pp. 102-112). online: AMPS. 2015 Kroll, D. P. (2015). Lessons from Victorian Housing for Open Building: A Study of the Minet Estate in London, c. 1870-1910. In https://www.research-collection.ethz.ch/handle/20.500.11850/110107. Zurich.
Current Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)
Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name 2022 Principal Supervisor Unexpected Expectations: Material Collision for a Purpose, Ensemble of Imperfections through Adoptive Process Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Ms Mirai Morita 2022 Co-Supervisor Investigating the relationship between the Built Environment, Wellbeing and Social Value: A case study of a high-rise mixed-use building in the City of Adelaide Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Juliana Croffi Calixto 2022 Principal Supervisor Industry PhD: Fielders: Smart Steel Facades for Commercial Architectural Applications Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Ricardo Lionar 2020 Co-Supervisor The houses of the architectural practice of F. W. Dancker & Son (1880-1944): An international perspective and the search for a South Australian style. Master of Philosophy Master Part Time Kenan Reece Henderson 2020 Co-Supervisor Aiming to establish an innovative and sympathetic way to undertake issues of abandonment in neglected heritage buildings. The objective is to overcome the barriers which have instigated these buildings to become dormant un-utilised and undeveloped. Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Miss Madeline Louise Nolan
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