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Dr Julian Worrall

Julian Worrall
Associate Professor
School of Architecture and Built Environment
Faculty of the Professions

Julian Worrall is an Australian architect, scholar, and critic, with an international reputation as an interpeter of the architecture and urbanism of contemporary Japan.

After an early practice career in Sydney leading to architectural registration in NSW, Julian won a Japanese MEXT scholarship in 2000 to pursue research on Japanese urbanism at the University of Tokyo. After completing his PhD in 2005, he returned to practice, working as an architect and urbanist with Klein Dytham in Tokyo and Rem Koolhaas's OMA in Rotterdam, before returning to Tokyo in 2008 to accept an academic post at Waseda University. He took up his present position at the University of Adelaide in 2014.

His work, pursued through a mix of scholarly research, critical writing, and design practice, is broadly concerned with the construction of alternative modernities, particularly as seen through the lens of the East Asian metropolis. While unequivocally rooted in the intellectual soil of the university, his activities have striven to connect the often segregated realms of teaching, research, and practice.

A prominent architecture writer, Julian is a contributing editor for the influential design journal Icon (UK) and former architectural columnist for Japan's leading English-language newspaper The Japan Times, with translations of his writing appearing in seven languages. He has been invited to speak or contribute to major institutions of architectural culture and education globally, including V&A Museum London; MAK Museum of Applied Art Vienna; Strelka Institute Moscow; Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation Sydney; Venice Architecture Biennale; Chicago Architecture Biennial, and MoMA New York. Recent contributions to major exhibitions include "A Japanese Constellation" (New York, MoMA, 2016) and "Eastern Promises: Contemporary Architecture and Spatial Practice in East Asia" (Vienna, Hatje Cantz, 2013).

Dr Julian Worrall

Julian Worrall is an Australian architect, scholar, and critic, with an international reputation as an interpeter of the architecture and urbanism of contemporary Japan.

After an early practice career in Sydney leading to architectural registration in NSW, Julian won a Japanese MEXT scholarship in 2000 to pursue research on Japanese urbanism at the University of Tokyo. After completing his PhD in 2005, he returned to practice, working as an architect and urbanist with Klein Dytham in Tokyo and Rem Koolhaas's OMA in Rotterdam, before returning to Tokyo in 2008 to accept an academic post at Waseda University. He took up his present position at the University of Adelaide in 2014.

His work, pursued through a mix of scholarly research, critical writing, and design practice, is broadly concerned with the construction of alternative modernities, particularly as seen through the lens of the East Asian metropolis. While unequivocally rooted in the intellectual soil of the university, his activities have striven to connect the often segregated realms of teaching, research, and practice.

A prominent architecture writer, Julian is a contributing editor for the influential design journal Icon (UK) and former architectural columnist for Japan's leading English-language newspaper The Japan Times, with translations of his writing appearing in seven languages. He has been invited to speak or contribute to major institutions of architectural culture and education globally, including V&A Museum London; MAK Museum of Applied Art Vienna; Strelka Institute Moscow; Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation Sydney; Venice Architecture Biennale; Chicago Architecture Biennial, and MoMA New York. Recent contributions to major exhibitions include "A Japanese Constellation" (New York, MoMA, 2016) and "Eastern Promises: Contemporary Architecture and Spatial Practice in East Asia" (Vienna, Hatje Cantz, 2013).

Eligible to supervise Masters and PhD, but is currently at capacity — email supervisor to discuss availability.

Appointments

Date Position Institution name
2014 Associate Professor, Architecture and Urban Design University of Adelaide
2012 - 2014 Associate Professor Waseda University
2007 - 2009 Assistant Professor Waseda University
2007 - 2007 Architect Office for Metropolitan Architecture
2006 - 2006 Architect Klein Dytham Architecture

Awards and Achievements

Date Type Title Institution Name Country Amount
2017 Award PIA Commendation - Outstanding Student Project (Tertiary) Planning Institute of Australia (South Australia) Australia
2000 Scholarship Monbusho Scholar Ministry of Education, Japan Japan ¥2,400,000 per annum for 4.5 years

Language Competencies

Language Competency
Japanese Can read, write, speak, understand spoken and peer review

Education

Date Institution name Country Title
2002 - 2005 University of Tokyo Japan PhD
1994 - 1996 University of Adelaide Australia B.Architecture(Hons.1)

Certifications

Date Title Institution name Country
2000 National Certificate of Architectural Practice (No Architects Accreditation Council of Australia (AACA)
Registered Architect - Practitioner Architectural Practice Board of South Australia Australia

Research Interests

Journals

Year Citation
2018 Worrall, J. D. (2018). Monument to the People's Heroes, Shanghai. Icon, 104-105.
2017 Worrall, J. D. (2017). Island Universe. Icon, 174, 82-92.
2017 Worrall, J. (2017). Of Mountains and Water. Icon, (168), 106-113.
2017 Boven, T., Ariga, T., & Worrall, J. D. (2017). Culture-led Reuse of Former Elementary Schools: A Survey of Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennial′s Involvement in Tokamachi, Japan. Journal of Asian Architecture and Building Engineering, 16(1), 61-66.
DOI
2017 Worrall, J. D. (2017). 'Tokyo: A Biography': Tracing the life of a city. The Japan Times, 22.
2017 Worrall, J. (2017). House in Hamilton. Architecture Australia, 106(2), 78-84.
2017 Worrall, J. D. (2017). The Good Architect. Architecture Australia, 110-112.
2016 Worrall, J. (2016). In Praise of Privacy. Dirty Furniture, (3).
2016 Worrall, J. (2016). Le Corbusier's Japanese ghost lives on in Ueno. The Japan Times, B6.
2016 Worrall, J. (2016). Art Place Japan: The Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennale and the Vision to Reconnect Art and Nature. The Japan Times.
2016 Worrall, J. (2016). Harbin Opera House. Icon, (151), 70-75.
2015 Worrall, J. D. (2015). Adelaide High School New Learning Centre. Architecture Australia, (Sept/Oct 2015), 80-87.
2015 Worrall, J. D. (2015). Japan's fertile architectural evolution. The Japan Times, (01/30), 12.
2014 Worrall, J. D. (2014). Venice Biennale lays down the past. The Japan Times, 13.
2014 Worrall, J. (2014). Architecture detectives. Icon, 134, 58-63.
2013 Worrall, J. (2013). Comunita ricostruite [Rebuilding communities]. Domus, 969, 66-75.
2013 Worrall, J. (2013). Post-disaster Japan. Icon, 116, 56-65.
2013 Worrall, J. (2013). Australia House. Architecture Australia, 102(1), 78-87.
2013 Worrall, J. (2013). Entità galleggianti = Floating constituencies. Domus, 971, 104-111.
2013 Worrall, J. (2013). Realizing the Real: Home-For-All. Abitare: home, town and environmental living, 530, 90-97.
2013 Worrall, J. (2013). Rebuilding communities. Domus, 969, 66-75.
2012 Worrall, J. (2012). Un rifugio per tutti: shelters for all. Domus, 957, 94-101.
2012 Worrall, J., Kuma, K., & Yamamoto, R. (2012). Home for all - Nach der Katastrophe. Die Rückkehr zum Wesentlichen. Archplus: Zeitschrift fuer Architektur, Staedtebau und Design, 208, 134-139.
2012 Worrall, J. (2012). Metabolism, the city of the future. Icon, 103, 97.
2012 Worrall, J. (2012). Six of the Best. Icon, 103, 65.
2011 Worrall, J. (2011). Teshima Art Museum. Icon, 93, 44-45.
2011 Worrall, J. (2011). Tokyo after the Quake. Icon, 96, 100-107.
2011 Worrall, J., & Barrie, A. (2011). Unity in Adversity - On disasters in New Zealand and Japan. Kenchiku Zasshi, 126(1621), 0 pages.
2011 Worrall, J. (2011). Island Odyssey. Disegno, (1), 92-121.
2010 Worrall, J. (2010). Miyajima Office in Hiroshima. Domus, 933, 27-32.
2010 Worrall, J. (2010). Bringing the outside in: the work of Suppose Design Office. Domus, 934, 61-63.
2010 Worrall, J. (2010). Sensing Nature. Icon, 88, 74-75.
2010 Worrall, J. (2010). China’s World Expo. Icon, 85, 41-44.
2010 Worrall, J. (2010). Tokyo Apartment. Icon, 85, 46-52.
2009 Worrall, J. (2009). A sculpted chunk. Icon, 74, 38-39.
2009 Worrall, J. (2009). The Primitive Houses of the Future. Domus, 922, 14-25.
2009 Worrall, J. (2009). Kim Jong Il on Architecture. Icon, 71, 78-79.
2009 Worrall, J. (2009). Camouflage: dissolving boundaries, resolving worlds in Sejima and Nishizawa. Domus, 931, 30-31.
2009 Worrall, J. (2009). The Significance of Sou Fujimoto. 2G, 50, 10-23.
2009 Worrall, J. (2009). Ofunato Civic Centre and Library. Icon, 77, 64-72.
2008 Worrall, J. (2008). Space for your Future. Domus, 910, 5.
2008 Worrall, J. (2008). House N in Japan. Domus, 917, 63-68.
2008 Worrall, J. (2008). MVRDV Gyre. Icon, 56, 30-31.
2008 Worrall, J. (2008). Incinerators in Japan. Domus, 918, 104-110.
2008 Worrall, J. (2008). A white forest in a grey field. Icon, 59, 38-41.
2008 Worrall, J. (2008). Kuma at Kyoto University. Domus, 920, 66-69.
2008 Worrall, J. (2008). Ishigami in Kanagawa. Domus, 913, 20-29.
2008 Worrall, J. (2008). Crane House. Domus, 191, 84-87.
2007 Worrall, J. (2007). Native Alien. Monument, 77, 96-100.
2007 Worrall, J. (2007). Principle of relativity. Domus, 909, 44-49.

Books

Book Chapters

Year Citation
2017 Worrall, J. D. (2017). Metabolist Time. In R. E. Adamo, C. Lippa, & F. Scaroni (Eds.), Invisible Architecture: Italian and Japanese architectural movements in the 1960s and 1970s and the contemporary debate (pp. 145-149). Rome.
2017 Worrall, J. (2017). The Passion of Shigeru Ban. In G. Sherman (Ed.), The Inventive Work of Shigeru Ban (pp. 27-37). Sydney: Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation.
2016 Worrall, J. (2016). The Deep Field: Resolving a Japanese Constellation. In P. Gadanho (Ed.), A Japanese Constellation Toyo Ito, SANAA, and Beyond (pp. 245-250). New York: The Museum of Modern Art.
2016 Worrall, J. D. (2016). The Nakwon Principle. In S. H. Kim, E. Cinn, K. Ahn, S. Kim, I. Chung, D. E. Jeong, & R. Enes (Eds.), The FAR game: constraints sparking creativity (pp. 140-147). Seoul, South Korea: SPACE Books.
2015 Worrall, J. D. (2015). In the arena of alternative modernities. In E. Gardner, & C. Fruneaux (Eds.), Tokyo Totem - A Guide to Tokyo
トーキョー・トーテム 主観的東京ガイド
(pp. 170-176). Tokyo: Monnik & Flick Studio.
2015 Worrall, J. D. (2015). Time in the city of temporal monuments. In E. Gardner, & C. Fruneaux (Eds.), Tokyo Totem - A Guide to Tokyo
トーキョー・トーテム 主観的東京ガイド
(pp. 150-151). Tokyo: Monnik & Flick Studio.
2013 Worrall, J. (2013). Nature, publicness, place - towards a relational architecture in Japan. In C. Thun-Hohenstein, A. Fogarasi, C. Teckert, & MAK Wien (Eds.), Eastern promises: contemporary architecture and spatial practices in East Asia (pp. 85-99). Germany: Hatje Cantz.
2012 Worrall, J. (2012). Chim↑Pomの空間戦術:私共空間のアート=Chim↑Pom's spatial tactics: an art of public space. In C. Pom, & K. Abe (Eds.), Super Rat (pp. 218-224). Japan: Parco Publishing.
2012 Worrall, J. (2012). Base and superstructure in Toyo Ito. In J. Turnbull (Ed.), Toyo Ito: forces of nature (pp. 120-130). 2012: Princeton Architectural press.
2012 Worrall, J. (2012). High resolution urbanism: scalar diversity at Kichijoji. In D. Radovic, & D. Boontharm (Eds.), Small Tokyo (pp. 80-87). Japan: International Keio Institute (IKI).
2009 Worrall, J. D. (2009). 2G 50 Sou Fujimoto. In Sou Fujimoto, Toyo Ito, Julian Worrall (Ed.), The Significance of Sou Fujimoto (pp. 10-23). Barcelona, Spain: Editorial Gustavo Gili.
2007 Worrall, J. (2007). Flagship Store. In Sculpture Projects Muenster 07 - Catalogue (pp. 363-364). Westfälisches Landesmuseum.

Conference Papers

Year Citation
2016 Boven, T., Worrall, J. D., & Ariga, T. (2016). A Japanese Cultural Management Approach to Reconceptualise the Countryside - The Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennale Case. In From knowledge to development: New university challenges for a contemporary urban development”. Buenos Aires, Argentina.
2015 Worrall, J. D. (2015). A Tale of Two (Sub)cities: Shimbashi and Shibuya. In AAS Annual Meeting Abstracts 2015. Chicago.
2015 Worrall, J. D. (2015). Between Contact and Spectacle: Considering Encounter within Entangled Geographies. In Rethinking Encounters: Islam and the West. Adelaide.
2011 Worrall, J. (2011). Producing Places, Consuming Sites at the Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennale. In EAJS - European Association of Japanese Studies Conference #13.
2011 Worrall, J. (2011). The Possibilities of an Island: Rebuilding Culture in the Inland Sea. In AAS - Association of Asian Studies Conference 2011.
2011 Worrall, J. D. (2011). Travelling iguanas: cosmopolitanism in contemporary Japanese architecture. In Proceedings of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand (SAHANZ) 28th Annual Conference (pp. 1-10). Brisbane, Australia: Society of Architectural Historians Australia and New Zealand.
2009 Worrall, J. (2009). Metabolism as Ruin: Constructions of Time in Contemporary Japan. In JSAA - Japanese Studies Association of Australia Conference 2009.
2009 Worrall, J. (2009). Railway Urbanism and Public Space. In 7th Inter-Asia Cultural Typhoon Conference 2009.
2008 Worrall, J. (2008). Soft Borders: Contemporary Architecture in Japan. In EAJS - European Association of Japanese Studies Conference #12.
2005 Worrall, J. (2005). Loyal Dogs and Fountains of Love. In ASCJ - Asian Studies Conference Japan 2005.
2005 Worrall, J. (2005). Trains, Stations, and Urban Public Space in Postwar Tokyo. In EAJS - European Association of Japanese Studies Conference #11.

Conference Items

Year Citation
2016 Worrall, J. D. (2016). Still Lives in Mobile Homes: Contemporary Fluidity of Existence in Japan. Poster session presented at the meeting of Japan Now: Inspired by Tradition [Lecture Series]. Sydney, Australia: Art Gallery of New South Wales.
2016 Worrall, J. D., & Bailey, J. (2016). Architectural speculations on the Library of the Future. Poster session presented at the meeting of Proceedings of ALIA National 2016 Conference. Adelaide.

Original Creative Works

Year Citation
2017 Publication status: Published
NTRO sub category: 2 Design/Architectural work
Title: Ubara Beachouse
Alternative title: Ubara Besso
Authors: Worrall JD
Place of publication: Japan
Publication date: 2017
Extent: Timber and steel-framed house overlooking the Pacific Ocean clad in charred cedar ("shou sugi ban"). Location: Ubara village, Katsura City, Chiba Prefecture Japan. Site area: 95.13m2; Building Footprint: 55.60m2; Gross Floor Area: 98.32m2
ERA Research Statement - 2000 character limit: Research Contribution: The project uses formal, spatial, material, and programmatic strategies to embed the architecture of the house within its setting, while simultaneously distinguishing itself from it. Formal Strategy: a neutral, generic 5.8m cubic frame oriented to the sun and ocean view is wrapped by an irregular envelope responding to the site boundary. The gap between the universal frame and the locally responsive envelope provides space for servicing and supporting functions: kitchen and bathroom, storage, and outside terraces. Conceptually, this interstitial gap between universal "space" and local "place" engages an ongoing research concern relating to "displacement". Spatial Strategy: Principles of Japanese traditional architecture are employed in the spatial organisation of the building. The traditional earth-floored space ("doma") and elevated verandah ("engawa") is reflected in the ground level plan. Intersecting timber columns and beams in the upper level reflect the constructional patterns found in traditional rural residences built in timber. Material Strategy: Exterior cladding of charred cedar ("shou sugi ban") a traditional technique practised in central Japan for protecting wooden houses by the ocean. Uncommon in the Kanto region, the dark outline of the building introduces a strong figural element within the townscape, reflecting the local landscape of eroded sandstone bluffs. Programmatic Strategy: recessive private cellular spaces (bedrooms) are placed at ground level and entered from the rear, with apertures to the side for independent access and views; while the large public space of the living/dining area and upper level mezzanine are oriented to the ocean via a large transparent south-facing operable aperture and terrace. The openness and visibility of this space aims to insinuate productive effects within the broader community, inviting a different relationship to the surrounding natural landscape and social context.
Record created at source: 6 November 2017
2016 Publication status: Published
NTRO sub category: 2 Design/Architectural work
Title: Cumulonimbus
Authors: Worrall JD
Publisher: Festival of Transitional Architecture (FESTA), Christchurch
Publisher URL: http://festa.org.nz/
Place of publication: Christchurch, New Zealand
Publication date: 22 October 2016
Extent: Installation mounted around three inverted tetrahedral structures 3.5m on a side.
Other output evidence: http://architecturenow.co.nz/articles/transitional-architecture/
ERA Research Statement - 2000 character limit: This project was an installation in the 2016 iteration of the Festival of Transitional Architecture (FESTA) held in October 2016 Christchurch, New Zealand. It was a project generated by twelve M.Arch students from the University of Adelaide, under the direction of A/Prof. Julian Worrall.

Conceived and created to respond to an overarching theme entitled "Lean Means", focussed on the reuse of waste materials, the project consisted of hundreds of inflated plastic bags that formed a "cloud" around the supporting structure. This cloud was illuminated by self-powered LEDs, and adorned with lasercut reused acrylic pieces formed into water droplet shapes, on which awareness-raising facts about plastic waste were etched. The quantities of materials used was based on the typical usage of plastic bags by an average Christchurch household in one year.

The project succeeded in dramatising and drawing attention to the utilisation of waste materials, through the creation of a visually engaging and socially interactive architectonic installation. It received substantial media attention, appearing on New Zealand national television news, as well as in local newspaper and professional publications.
Record created at source: 27 February 2018

2013 Publication status: Published
NTRO sub category: 3 Written work
Title: The Game of Life
Authors: Worrall J
Place of publication: .
Publication date: 1 June 2013
Pagination: 40-47
Journal: Domus
ISSN: 0012-5377
Volume: 970
Extent: .
Abstract: A review of the "Gate Villa" in Ibaraki prefecture, Japan, designed by Makoto Takei and Chiba Nabeshima (TNA). The focus of the discussion is on the role of its white suspended structural and spatial grid. A comparison is made with "Agricultural City," a little known experimental project from 1960 by the Japanese metabolist architect Kisho Kurokawa, which employs a similar device on a larger scale. The paper argues that in TNA's hands, the elevated grid is employed "not as a reference to a universal rational order, but to strengthen the building's links to its context and local history."
Verification-status: Verified
ERA Research Statement - 2000 character limit: .
Record created at source: 5 December 2016
2013 Publication status: Published
NTRO sub category: 3 Written work
Title: Making places real: Jackson Slattery at the Setouchi Triennale
Authors: Worrall J
Publisher: Art and Australia Pty Ltd.
Place of publication: Australian
Publication date: 2013
Pagination: 226-227
Journal: Art and Australia
ISSN: 0004-301X
Extent: 2 pages
Statement of responsibility: Julian Worrall
Rights statement: Copyright status unknown
Language: en
Notes: Migrated record 20140814
Verification-status: Verified
ERA Research Statement - 2000 character limit: .
Record created at source: 14 August 2014
2013 NTRO sub category: 3 Written work
Title: Serpentine Pavilion
Authors: Worrall J
Place of publication: .
Publication date: 2013
Pagination: 34-35
Journal: Icon
ISSN: 1479-9456
Volume: 122
Extent: .
Other output evidence: http://library.tcdc.or.th/record/view/b00007087
Verification-status: Verified
ERA Research Statement - 2000 character limit: .
Record created at source: 3 November 2014
2013 NTRO sub category: 3 Written work
Title: House K by Sou Fujimoto
Authors: Worrall J
Place of publication: .
Publication date: 2013
Pagination: 31-32
Journal: Icon
ISSN: 1479-9456
Volume: 123
Extent: .
Source URL: http://www.iconeye.com/architecture/news/item/9997-house-k
Verification-status: Verified
ERA Research Statement - 2000 character limit: .
Record created at source: 3 November 2014
2013 Publication status: Published
NTRO sub category: 3 Written work
Title: The Quiet Cosmopolitan
Authors: Worrall JD
ISBN-13: 9787561183298
Publisher: Dalian University of Technology Press
Place of publication: China
Publication date: 2013
Series: Book: Towards Nature Tetsuo Furuichi
Pagination: 69-75
Extent: 7 pages
Verification-status: Verified
Record created at source: 24 November 2014
2012 NTRO sub category: 3 Written work
Title: Spatial Binaries
Authors: Worrall J
Place of publication: .
Publication date: 2012
Pagination: 50-57
Journal: Domus
ISSN: 0012-5377
Volume: 959
Extent: .
Other output evidence: http://www.domusweb.it/en/news/2012/06/11/domus-959-in-newsstands-now.html
Verification-status: Verified
ERA Research Statement - 2000 character limit: .
Record created at source: 3 November 2014
2012 Publication status: Published
NTRO sub category: 3 Written work
Title: Toda House
Authors: Worrall J
Publisher: Iconeye
Publisher URL:
http://www.iconeye.com/architecture/news/item/9769-toda-house-by-kimihiko-okada
Place of publication: .
Publication date: 2012
Pagination: 92-94
Journal: Icon
ISSN: 1479-9456
Volume: 108
Extent: .
Statement of responsibility: Julian Worrall
Language: en
Verification-status: Verified
ERA Research Statement - 2000 character limit: .
Record created at source: 3 November 2014
2012 NTRO sub category: 3 Written work
Title: Kadare Cultural Centre
Authors: Worrall J
Publisher: Media 10 Ltd.
Place of publication: .
Publication date: 2012
Pagination: 48-54
Journal: Icon
ISSN: 1479-9456
Volume: 112
Issue: October 2012
Extent: .
Verification-status: Verified
ERA Research Statement - 2000 character limit: .
Record created at source: 3 November 2014
2011 NTRO sub category: 3 Written work
Title: Rainbow Bank
Authors: Worrall J
Place of publication: .
Publication date: 2011
Pagination: 38
Journal: Icon
Volume: 97
Extent: .
Verification-status: Verified
ERA Research Statement - 2000 character limit: .
Record created at source: 3 November 2014
2011 NTRO sub category: 3 Written work
Title: SN House
Authors: Worrall J
Place of publication: .
Publication date: 2011
Pagination: 36
Journal: Icon
Volume: 94
Extent: .
Verification-status: Verified
ERA Research Statement - 2000 character limit: .
Record created at source: 3 November 2014
2011 NTRO sub category: 3 Written work
Title: Omishima Museum
Authors: Worrall J
Place of publication: .
Publication date: 2011
Pagination: 130-136
Journal: Icon
Volume: 100
Extent: .
Verification-status: Verified
ERA Research Statement - 2000 character limit: .
Record created at source: 3 November 2014
2011 NTRO sub category: 3 Written work
Title: Roku Museum
Authors: Worrall J
Place of publication: .
Publication date: 2011
Pagination: 56-57
Journal: Icon
Volume: 94
Extent: .
Verification-status: Verified
ERA Research Statement - 2000 character limit: .
Record created at source: 3 November 2014

Curated or Produced Public Exhibition or Events

Year Citation
2017 Worrall, J. D. (2017). Archaeology of the Smart City (No. Of Pieces: 22 A1 full-colour panels (H840mmxW597mm)) [Exhibition]. Adelaide.
2017 Worrall, J. D. (2017). Archaeology of the Smart City (No. Of Pieces: 22 A1 full-colour panels (H840mmxW597mm)) [Exhibition]. Adelaide.
2017 Worrall, J. D. (2017). Archaeology of the Smart City (No. Of Pieces: 22 A1 full-colour panels (H840mmxW597mm)) [Exhibition]. Adelaide.
2016 Worrall, J. D. (2016). Adelaide 2050 Urban Futures (No. Of Pieces: 29 x A1 panels (W594mm x H840mm); 1:1000 urban model (3.2m x 1.9m) in timber, foam; projections) [Exhibition]. Adelaide.
2014 Worrall, J. D. (2014). City Tales (No. Of Pieces: 6 month period) [Exhibition]. Japan and Amsterdam.

Theses

Year Citation
2005 Worrall, J. (2005). 都市としての鉄道:20世紀東京の鉄道から生み出された公共空間. (PhD Thesis, University of Tokyo).
1993 Worrall, J. (1993). Faraway: Japan in Western Architectural Discourse, 1886-1992. (PhD Thesis).

Current Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)

Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name
2018 Principal Supervisor Public Art in the Chinese Metropolis: A Comparative Study of Art in Public Space in Beijing and Shanghai Master of Philosophy Master Full Time Miss Han Cheng
2017 Principal Supervisor Architectural Design: Research by Practice Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Mr Anthony Quentin Donald Coupe
2017 Principal Supervisor Design by Research that Investigates the Capacity of Architecture to Facilitate New Types of Social Situations Through Denaturalisation of 'Normal' Behaviour Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Richard Joseph Le Messurier
2016 Principal Supervisor An Other Regionalism: A Design Investigation into an Adelaide Architecture Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time APrf Francesco Bonato
2016 Principal Supervisor Social-Spatial Strategies for Revitalisation of Transitional Urban Fabrics in Iran and Australia Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Hamed Tavakoli
2016 Principal Supervisor Adaptive Reuse and The Architectural Profession : An Inquiry by Design Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Meherzad Behzad Shroff
2015 Co-Supervisor The Post 2004 Athens Olympic Lesson: Architecture Identity and The Changing Role of The Agora Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Athanasios Lazarou

Memberships

Date Role Membership Country
1997 - ongoing Member Australian Institute of Architects Australia

Consulting/Advisories

Date Institution Department Organisation Type Country
2015 - ongoing Office for Design and Architecture South Australia Cultural or historical Australia
Position
Associate Professor
Phone
83134036
Fax
8313 4377
Campus
North Terrace
Building
Horace Lamb Building, floor 4
Room Number
4 64
Org Unit
School of Architecture & Built Environment

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