Publications


The Innovation Imperative: Architectures of Vitality, Pia Ednie-Brown, Mark Burry, Andrew Burrow (eds). Architectural Design Profile No 221, H. Castle (series ed), London: Wiley, 2013. ISBN 987-1119-978657


Ednie-Brown, Pia (ed) (2009), Plastic Green: designing for environmental transformation, RMIT Publishing.

Book Chapters, Journal Articles, Conference Proceedings

Ednie-Brown, Pia. 2017. ‘When words won’t do: Resisting the impoverishment of knowledge’, in Practice-Based Design Research, Bloomsbury Academic, London, New York, 2017, pp. 131-139 ISBN: 9781474267809

Bolt, B. MacNeill, K. McPherson, M. Barrett, E. Ednie-Brown, P. Miller, S. Sierra, M. and Wilson, C. 2016, ‘iDARE Creative arts research approaches to ethics: new ways to address situated practices in action’, in Proceedings of the 12th Biennial Quality in Postgraduate Research Conference (QPR 2016), M. Picard and A. McCulloch (ed.), QPR Organising Committee, Adelaide, South Australia, pp. 98-105 (QPR 2016: Quality in Postgraduate Research)

Ednie-Brown, P. 2015, ‘Critical passions building architectural movements toward a radical pedagogy (in 10 steps)’, in Inflexions, Concordia University, Universite Concordia, Canada, no. 8: Radical Pedagogies, pp. 20-48 ISSN: 1916-5870

Ednie-Brown, P. 2015, ‘Architecture of the occasion’, in Architectural Design, John Wiley and Sons Ltd., United Kingdom, vol. 85, no. 3, pp. 100-105 ISSN: 0003-8504

Ednie-Brown, P. 2015, ‘Architectural animality: The studio-ology of play’, in Studio Futures: Changing trajectories in architectural education, Uro Publications, Melbourne, Australia, pp. 83-92 ISBN: 9780994263713

Ednie-Brown, P. ‘Architectural Coexistence: Twins, Logs, and the Ecology of Things’, Log 30, Winter 2014, pp 15-28. ISSN: 1547-4690 (ISBN: 978-0-9836491-3-7)

Ednie-Brown, P. ‘The Flexible Mould: Creative Projects as Individuating Creatures’, Heteropolis, Montreal: Adaptive Actions, 2013, pp 142-148. (ISBN 978–0–9866375–1–3)

Ednie-Brown, P. Burry, M. Burrow, A. ‘The Innovation Imperative: Architectures of Vitality’, The Innovation Imperative: Architectures of Vitality, P. Ednie-Brown, M. Burry, A. Burrow (eds), Architectural Design Profile No 221, H. Castle (series ed), London: Wiley, 2013, pp 6-17. (ISBN 987-1119-978657)

Ednie-Brown, P. ‘The Ethics of the Imperative’, The Innovation Imperative: Architectures of Vitality, P. Ednie-Brown, M. Burry, A. Burrow (eds), Architectural Design Profile No 221, H. Castle (series ed), London: Wiley, 2013, pp 18-23. (ISBN 987-1119-978657)

Ednie-Brown, P. ‘Innovation at the Storefront: The Practice of Eva Franch i Gilabert’, The Innovation Imperative: Architectures of Vitality, P. Ednie-Brown, M. Burry, A. Burrow (eds), Architectural Design Profile No 221, H. Castle (series ed), London: Wiley, 2013, pp 34-37. (ISBN 987-1119-978657)

Ednie-Brown, P. ‘On a Fine Line: Greg Lynn and the Voice of Innovation’, The Innovation Imperative: Architectures of Vitality, P. Ednie-Brown, M. Burry, A. Burrow (eds), Architectural Design Profile No 221, H. Castle (series ed), London: Wiley, 2013, pp 44-49. (ISBN 987-1119-978657).

Ednie-Brown, P. ‘Strange Vitality: The Transversal Architectures of MOS and New Territories/R&Sie(n)’, The Innovation Imperative: Architectures of Vitality, P. Ednie-Brown, M. Burry, A. Burrow (eds), Architectural Design Profile No 221, H. Castle (series ed), London: Wiley, 2013, pp 62-69. (ISBN 987-1119-978657).

Ednie-Brown, Pia. ‘bioMason and the Speculative Engagements of Biotechnical Architecture’, The Innovation Imperative: Architectures of Vitality, P. Ednie-Brown, M. Burry, A. Burrow (eds), Architectural Design Profile No 221, H. Castle (series ed), London: Wiley, 2013, pp 84-91. (ISBN 987-1119-978657)

Ednie-Brown, Pia.’Vicious Architectural Circles: aesthetics, affect and the disposition of emergence’, Architectural Theory Review 17.1, London: Routledge, pp.76-92 (ISSN 1326-4826 (Print), 1755-0475 (Online)).

Ednie-Brown, Pia. ‘Creaturely Collectives: parametricism and getting to the afterparty’, The Design Collective: An Approach to Practice, H. Edquist, L. Vaughan (eds.), Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2012, pp. 16-34. (ISBN 1-4438-4027-0)

Ednie-Brown, Pia. ‘Architecture on Wire: Resilience Through Vitality’, Log 25: Reclaim Resi[lience]stance// ….. R2, Francois Roche (ed), Summer 2012, pp15-22. ISSN: 1547-4690 (ISBN: 978-0-9836491-3-7)

Ednie-Brown, Pia. ‘Supervising Emergence: Adapting Ethics Approval Frameworks toward Research by Creative Project’, Supervising Practices for Postgraduate Research in Art, Architecture and Design, B. Allpress, R. Barnacle, L. Duxbury, E. Grierson (eds), Rotterdam: Sense Publishers, 2012, pp. 103-116. (ISBN 978-94-6209-017-0)

Ednie-Brown, P. ‘Open Wide, Come Inside: Laughter, Composure and Architectural Play’, in INFLeXions, Concordia University, Canada, no. 6, 2013,pp. 413-424 (ISSN: 1916-5870)

Ednie-Brown, Pia, ‘Feeling Green: Plastic Transformability and Generative Critique’, Sustain and Develop, 306090 Books
J. Bolchover, J. D. Solomon (eds), Vol. 13, 2009, pp.271-279. (ISBN 978-0692000885)

Ednie-Brown, Pia (2009), Rising Out of the Affective Sea: Emergence and Architectural Composition, Architectural Design Research, Brent Allpress & Michael Ostwald (eds), Vol 3, No 1, pp 103-131. (ISSN 1448-9007)

Ednie-Brown, Pia (2008), ‘Uzorci materijalizacije’ (english title: ‘Emergent Composure’), Oris 51,  Zagreb: ARHITEKT, pp 136-147

Ednie-Brown, Pia (2008). ‘Plastic Super Models’, Fibreculture Journal, Issue 12: Models, Metamodels and Contemporary Media, Andrew Murphie and Gary Genosko (eds), link to paper

Ednie-Brown, Pia and Mewburn, Inger, (2006) ‘Laughter and The Undeniable Difference Between Us’, in Hamilton, Jillian (Ed.) Intimate Transactions: Art, Exhibition and Interaction within Distributed Network Environments, Australian Centre for Interaction Design, Queensland University of Technology.

Ednie-Brown, Pia (2006) ‘All-Over, Over-All: biothing and Emergent Composition’, Programming Cultures: Art and Architecture in the Age of Software, Helen Castle, Michael Silver (eds), Architectural Design Academy Editions, No 182, Vol 76, no 4, London, July/August, pp 72-81.

Ednie-Brown, Pia (2006) ‘CONTINUUM; a self engineering creature-culture’, Collective Intelligence in Design, Helen Castle, Chris Perry and Chris Hight (eds), Architectural Design Academy Editions, No 183, Vol 76, no 5, Sept/Oct, London, pp 18-25.

Ednie-Brown, Pia (2006), ‘Rising Out of the Affective Sea: architectural composition, emergence and discursive conflict’, Contested Terrains, Refereed conference proceedings,  Society of Architectural Historians, Australia New Zealand, 2006. Editors: Terrance McMinn, John Stephens, Steve Basson.

Ednie-Brown, Pia (2005), ‘Processual Consistency’, Drawing Together: convergent practices in architectural education, Refereed proceedings, Third international conference of the Association of Architecture Schools of Australasia (AASA). Editors: Kathi Holt-Damant and Paul Sanders

Ednie-Brown, Pia (2001), Diagramming Innovation-Scapes’, Politics of a Digitial Present: An Inventory of Australian Net Culture, Criticism and Theory, Hugh Brown, Geert Lovink, Helen Merrick, Ned Rossiter, David Teh, Michele Willson (eds),  Fibreculture Publications, Melbourne, pp. 197-203.

Ednie-Brown, Pia (2001), ‘The Will to Animation’ in Architecture and Animation, Bob Fear (Ed.), Architectural Design Academy Editions, Vol 71, No 2, London, pp. 64-73.

Ednie-Brown, Pia (2000), ‘The Texture of Diagrams’ in Diagrammania, Daidalos issue 74, Berlin, pp. 72-79. download PDF of text

Ednie-Brown, Pia (1999), ‘Falling into the Surface’ in Hypersurface Architecture II, Stephen Perrella (Ed), Architectural Design Academy Editions, vol 69, no. 9-10, London, pp. 8-11.

Doctoral thesis:
The Aesthetics of Emergence,
RMIT University.  Abstract and Introduction downloadAesthetics of Emergence_Introduction