James A Craig
Lecturer in Architecture
James Alexander Craig is Lecturer in Architecture at Newcastle University; MArch Stage 5 co-ordinator; Studio tutor in MArch Stage 6; and contributor to the Architectural Research Collaborative (ARC).
James co-runs design research firm Stasus with Matt Ozga-Lawn. The practice have published a number of articles since their inception in 2010 – this includes their contribution to the Pamphlet Architecture series: Pamphlet Architecture 32: Resilience - published by Princeton Architectural Press in 2012.
MA(Hons.), MArch(Dist.), ARB, RIBA
- Craig J, Ozga-Lawn M. The Studio as Site: exploring the positionality of the designer in the creative process. Association of Architectural Educators 2016, 1, 67-79.
- Craig JA, Ozga-Lawn M. Emerging practices in design research. Architectural Research Quarterly 2015, 19(3), 202-203.
- Craig J, Ozga-Lawn M. Looking; Looking Back. Architectural Research Quarterly 2015, 19(3), 212-223.
- Craig J. Observer Objects. In: East of Eden: University of Greenwich Department of Architecture and Landscape Works 2015. London, UK: University of Greenwich Department of Architecture and Landscape, 2015.
- Craig J, Ozga-Lawn M. The Doomer’s Ball. In: Fairy Tales: When Architecture Tells a Story. New York, NY, USA: Blank Space, 2015, pp.110-117.
- Craig J, Ozga-Lawn M. Everest Death Zone. Paper for Emerging Architectural Research 2014, 1(5).
- Craig J, Ozga-Lawn M. Everest Death Zone. In: Moving Mountains: Studies in Place, Society and Cultural Representation. 2014. Edinburgh, UK: Tent Gallery, 4.
- Ozga-Lawn M, Craig J. Resilience. New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 2012.