Ms Eva   Lloyd

Ms Eva Lloyd

2009    Architecture Registration, Royal Australian Institute of Architects, New South Wales,  Australia
2006    MA Architecture, 1st class hons. University of New South Wales,  Australia
2003    BA Interior Architecture, 1st class hons. University of New South Wales,  Australia

Arts,Design & Architecture
School of Built Environment

Eva Lloyd is a lecturer in an 'Education-Focused' role within UNSW Built Environment, Interior Architecture program. She comes from a practice background, working as an architect and urban designer, in Cambodia and across South East Asia on community-based development projects. Projects involved collaboration with local and international NGO’s, grassroots organisations and private sector in work spanning from upgrades for tenure security with urban poor communities, to affordable housing, design advocacy, participative workshops and design education. Eva brings this experience into her educational role, now convening Design Studio courses that place emphasis on social agency and human-centred design within local and international contexts. She developed and leads an annual interdisciplinary urban design workshop connecting UNSW students with design students from the Royal University of Fine Arts, in Cambodia, to analyse and compare the use of public street space in Sydney and Phnom Penh. From this she has worked with a team of Interior Architecture staff members and students to launch a Professional Placement program and travel award, hosted by a local Cambodian arts NGO, and run as a collaborative experience for a student from UNSW in Sydney and from RUFA in Phnom Penh.

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