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, University of Glasgow at 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. How the Geneva UN Charter on Sustainable Housing inspired practical steps to promote sustainable housing at regional, national and local levels - Statement by Prof Brian Mark Evans

    Evans, Brian (2017) How the Geneva UN Charter on Sustainable Housing inspired practical steps to promote sustainable housing at regional, national and local levels - Statement by Prof Brian Mark Evans. In: International Congress, 8-10 November 2017, Geneva.
  2. Introduction to "Moscow: Living on the edge"

    Evans, Brian (2013) Introduction to "Moscow: Living on the edge". In: Moscow: Living on the edge. MSA Publications.
  3. The Creative City: Connecting people, place and identity in Glasgow and Portland

    Evans, Brian and Rudy, Barton, eds. (2014) The Creative City: Connecting people, place and identity in Glasgow and Portland. MSA Publications. ISBN 978-0-9576660-5-4
  4. Moscow: Ecologies of Urbanism

    Evans, Brian (2014) Moscow: Ecologies of Urbanism. In: Moscow: Ecologies of Urbanism - an invited public lecture, 15 April 2015, Union of Architects of Russia, Moscow.
  5. International Competition for the Expansion of Moscow

    Beasley, Larry, Ostergaard, Paul, Evans, Brian, London, Fred and Tolkachev, Oleg (2012) International Competition for the Expansion of Moscow. [Video]
  6. International Competition for the future of the Moscow River

    Gregorian, Yury and Evans, Brian (2013) International Competition for the future of the Moscow River. [Video]
  7. The Resilient City: Glasgow & Pittsburgh

    Evans, Brian, ed. (2017) The Resilient City: Glasgow & Pittsburgh. MSA publications, Glasgow. ISBN 9780-0-957-6660-7-8
  8. Why we need to urgently redouble our efforts

    Evans, Brian (2017) Why we need to urgently redouble our efforts. In: Landscape for Scotland: Working together to help shape quality in landscape and place. The Landscape Institute Scotland, Edinburgh, p. 10.
  9. Key trends and challenges in sustainable urban development in the ECE Region

    Evans, Brian (2017) Key trends and challenges in sustainable urban development in the ECE Region. In: International Congress, 8-10 November 2017, Geneva.
  10. Introductory Statement to the Ministerial Meeting Roundtable II: Sustainable Urban Development Strategies

    Evans, Brian (2017) Introductory Statement to the Ministerial Meeting Roundtable II: Sustainable Urban Development Strategies. In: International Congress, 8-10 November 2017, Geneva.