Hélène Frichot (SE/AU), PhD, is an assistant professor in Critical Studies in Architecture, School of Architecture and the Built Environment, at KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm. She has co-curated the Architecture + Philosophy public lecture series in Melbourne, Australia since 2005 and, between 2004-2011, she was a senior lecturer at the School of Architecture and Design, RMIT University in Melbourne. Her research draws on poststructuralist as well as feminist thinkers. Her published research has ranged widely from commentary on the ethico-aesthetics of contemporary digital architecture operating within the new biotechnological paradigm, to the role of contemporary participatory and relational practices in the arts, including critical and creative spatial practices. Her book co-edited with Stefan Loo, Deleuze and Architecture, has just been published by Edinburg University Press. At KTH, she develops the course ‘Architecture and Gender’ and pedagogic Feminist Design Power Tools.

More about Feminist Design Power Tools

/ Projects / Feminist Design Power Tools