Dr Lanuza is a Research Fellow in the project 3D for Heritage India, at the Centre for Architecture, Urbanism and Global Heritage NTU.
He obtained his BA and professional qualification at the University of Chile, a Master in Architecture at the Catholic University of Chile (PUC), and a PhD in Architectural Design from the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL. He recently completed a post-doctoral research residency at the UCL Urban Laboratory, finalising with a solo exhibition at the Bartlett in October 2019.
Experiences of absence in the built environment are Felipe’s research focus, to build up alternative understandings and representations of urban change, and to inform design thinking. He has disseminated and exhibited his research internationally and is teaching has covered interior design, architecture, urban and landscape design, as well as architectural history and theory, at the Universities of Greenwich and Kingston (UK), PUC and Talca (Chile), Puerto Rico (PR), among others. He is currently External Examiner for the Interior Design BA at the University of East London.
Felipe is co-founder of DLA Scan Architectural Studio, takes part in the editorial boards of Revista de Arquitectura (University of Chile) and Urban Transcripts Journal, is a member of the UK Higher Education Academy and the Association of Critical Heritage Studies.
Felipe's research interests span from heritage and architectural design theory to aspects of embodiment and recording technologies. Experiences of absence in the built environment are also Felipe’s research interest, to build up alternative understandings and representations of urban change, and to inform design thinking.