Will Titley

Will Titley

Will Titley

Lecturer T&S

Esteem

Media Activity

  • newspaper article - SOLUTION project

 

Conference Activity

  • Learning Towns Workshop at Cumulus, Dublin 2013 in association in Architecture and Design Scotland

 

Invited Speaker

  • Bohemia, Lauche, Badke-Schaub, Langeveld, Wilson, Connor, Titley, 2007. Distributed Design Studio-Evaluation of Three Way Collaboration. EPDE Conference, Northumbria University, Newcastle.
  • Bohemia, Lauche, Badke-Schaub, Langeveld, Wilson, Connor, Titley, 2007. Outcomes From a Distributed Design Studio. EPDE Conference, Northumbria University, Newcastle.
  • Rodnes, Hepburn, Ttitley, Goodlet, 2005. Subverting the Modular Structure. EPDE Conference Edinburgh Napier University.
  • Titley, MacDonald, 2008. Stop by Request. Cumulus Cu:] “emptiness” Resetting Design - A New Beginning, Kyoto, Japan.
  • Titley, MacDonald, 2008. Urban Landscapes, The Future of Street Furniture Design and its Implementation in Cities. 5th Unicom/IADE International Conference, Lisbon, Portugal
  • Titley, MacDonald, Strickfadden 2010. Human Traces in Urban Spaces. Fifth International Conference on Design Principles and Practices, Sapienza University of Rome, Rome.
  • Titley, Lawlor 2013. Learning Towns. Cumulus, Dublin More for less – design in an age of austerity.
  • Titley, MacDonald, 2010. An Analysis of Edinburgh and Montréal’s Urban Place Making Approaches. Understanding City Dynamics International Conference of the European Urban Research Association Darmstadt, Germany.
  • Titley, Milton 2006. Designing Educators – The TLC Project. EPDE Conference Salzburg University of Applied Sciences, Salzburg, Austria.
  • Titley, MacDonald, 2015. Street life: designing a better world? Annual Design History Society Conference: “How we live, and How we might live”: Design and the Spirit of Critical Utopianism 2015 San Francisco.
  • Titley, Milton 2006. Designing with TLC. Wonderground DRS Conference Lisbon, Portugal.
  • Titley, 2007. Case Study Through Role Play and its Effects on the Learning Experience. EPDE Conference, Northumbria University, Newcastle.