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Samuel Penn
Penny Lewis
Neil Gillespie
Cameron McEwan
Rowan Mackinnon-Pryde

ARCHIVE “Architecture is essentially an act of thinking. It’s not about doing things ourselves, but rather doing, so others can make things happen. A large part of our activity is then ultimately about anticipating the real working in some kind of a fictional context. Our tools, words and drawings, help us to build our thinking through speculative fictions. In this sense, we could understand architecture as part of a larger artistic realm, like any other form of art.” Adrien Verschuere, 2016

Dr. Cameron McEwan


Cameron McEwan is an educator and researcher. His work focuses on the relationship between architecture, representation and subjectivity to engage the city as a critical project. Cameron teaches architectural design, history and theory at the Institute of Architecture, University of Central Lancashire. He is presently writing a book entitled Analogical City.