Quoc Phuong Dinh
- Faculty of Health, Arts & Design
- School of Design
- Centre for Design Innovation
- Department of Interior Architecture and Industrial Design
- AMDC 907 Hawthorn campus
Phuong received his professional architectural degree from Hanoi Architectural University (B. Arch 2000). He also practiced as an architect in Hanoi before continued his graduate education at Melbourne University Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning with a Masters (2004) then a Ph.D (2009) both in Architecture and Planning. Phuong also worked as a guest lecturer and tutor in both history/theory subjects and design studios while studying at the University of Melbourne. Dr Dinh's research has been published as journal articles in The Journal of Interior Design (Wiley, 2010); Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticisms (Wiley, 2011) and as a book chapter in the edited book The Aesthetics of Architecture: Philosophical Investigations into the Art of Building (Blackwell, 2011). Phuong's research interests include sense of place, the influences of local culture on architecture and interior design, and vernacular design and changes. His recent academic publications include articles and book chapters in IASTE Working Paper Series: Traditional Dwellings and Settlements (UC Berkeley, 2014), History of Science, Technology in Non-Western Cultures (3rd Edition, Springer, 2015). He is also a co-editor and co-author of the book Unbounded: On Interior and Interiority (CSP: UK, 2015).
PhD candidate and honours supervision
Higher degrees by research
Accredited to supervise Masters & Doctoral students as Principal Coordinating Supervisor.
Fields of Research
- Architecture - 120100
- Design Innovation - 120302
- Human Geography - 160400
Also published as: Dinh, Quoc; Dinh, Q.; Dinh, Quoc Phuong; Phuong, D. Q.; Phuong, Dinh; Phuong, Dinh Quoc
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