SAY IT LOUD - Naarm Melbourne Exhibitor
Carroll Go-Sam is Dyirbal gumbilbara bama of Ravenshoe, North Queensland. A lecturer in the UQ School of Architecture. She has research interests in Indigenous architecture where it intersects with public, civic, social and institutional architecture. Carroll is engaged in research, consultation, and design practice with specific interests in Indigeneity in architecture and civic space and Indigenous-led housing.
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Campuses on Countries: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Design Framework at The University of Queensland
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The Design Framework paves the way for future incorporation of Indigenous knowledges and excellence into the physical environment across UQ’s many campuses and sites, embedding Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander design values over time, reshaping UQ’s campuses to better recognise, include and celebrate deep connections to places. The framework invites all staff and students to celebrate the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and guides future campus developments.