Brian Evans

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Head of Urbanism

Architecture

The Mackintosh School of Architecture and the Glasgow Urban Laboratory

Research Interests

The Contemporary and Future City, Ecological Urbanism, Urban Design, Landscape Planning, Community Facilitation, Project Leadership

Research Profile

Brian Mark Evans is Professor of Urbanism+Landscape at the Mackintosh School of Architecture, the Glasgow School of Art and director of the Glasgow Urban Laboratory. He was previously Artistic Professor of Urban Design & Planning at Chalmers School of Architecture in Gothenburg and from 1990-2015 was a partner with Gillespies LLP, the international design practice where he developed the disciplines of landscape planning and urban design and pioneered ecological urbanism. From 2005 until 2010 he was Deputy Chair & Chair of Design Review with Architecture & Design Scotland and before that an Enabler with the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment (CABE) London. He is a founding Director and Academician of the Academy of Urbanism, London. He has led award-winning projects in somore...

Qualifications

Bachelor of Science (Honours), Earth Science & Mathematics, University of Edinburgh
Postgraduate Diploma with Distinction, Urban & Regional Planning, University of Strathclyde
Master of Science, Urban Design, University of Strathclyde
Doctor of Philosophy, The Glasgow School of Art
Corporate Member: Royal Town Planning Institute
Fellow: Chartered Society of Designers
Fellow: Royal Geographical Society
Member: Institute of Directors
Founding Academician: The Academy of Urbanism

Latest Additions

  1. Designing from context: a place focused, ecophilic and integrated approach to urbanism by design, PhD by Published Work

    Evans, Brian Mark (2017) Designing from context: a place focused, ecophilic and integrated approach to urbanism by design, PhD by Published Work. PhD thesis, The Glasgow School of Art.
  2. Why Habitat III must reflect the century of the city

    Evans, Brian Mark (2016) Why Habitat III must reflect the century of the city. The Planner.
  3. Small Scale Urbanism in the Towns and Cities of Scotland and Siberia

    Evans, Brian Mark (2016) Small Scale Urbanism in the Towns and Cities of Scotland and Siberia. In: The Native Towns of Siberia - Gazprom Neft Corporate Social Responsibility, 01-02 Dec 2016, St Petersburgh, Russia.
  4. Glasgow - city of creative production: the pre-conditions

    Evans, Brian Mark (2016) Glasgow - city of creative production: the pre-conditions. In: Summit for Glasgow: City of Creative Production, 28 September 2016, The Glasgow School of Art.
  5. What the Raven Saw: Taking a local world view of place

    Evans, Brian Mark (2016) What the Raven Saw: Taking a local world view of place. In: Skipulagsdagurinn 2016 – gæði byggðar og umhverfis, 15 September 2016, Reykjavik, Iceland.
  6. A New Urban Agenda

    Evans, Brian Mark (2016) A New Urban Agenda. The Times Scotland/HousingScot. p. 10.
  7. Habitat III Regional Report on Housing and Urban Development for the UNECE Region: Towards a City-Focused, People-Centred and Integrated Approach to the New Urban Agenda

    Evans, Brian Mark, Rosenfeld, Orna, Elesei, Pietro, Golubchikov, Oleg, Badynia, Anna, Saliez, Frédéric, Lenz, Annika and Küsters, Christian (2016) Habitat III Regional Report on Housing and Urban Development for the UNECE Region: Towards a City-Focused, People-Centred and Integrated Approach to the New Urban Agenda. United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, Geneva.
  8. Understanding and Reasoning the Landscape

    Evans, Brian Mark (2016) Understanding and Reasoning the Landscape. In: Growing Awareness: How green consciousness can change perceptions and places. RIAS, Edinburgh, pp. 4-7. ISBN 9781873190722
  9. Vancouver to Vladivostok: HABITAT III and the metropolitan context of the UNECE

    Evans, Brian Mark (2016) Vancouver to Vladivostok: HABITAT III and the metropolitan context of the UNECE. In: Urban Futures: Cities and Towns in Transition, 1 September 2016, Dublin, Ireland.
  10. Growing Awareness: How green consciousness can change perceptions and places

    Evans, Brian Mark and Evans, Sue, eds. (2016) Growing Awareness: How green consciousness can change perceptions and places. RIAS, Edinburgh. ISBN 978-1-873190-72-2