Dr Paul Cureton

Cureton
Senior Lecturer in Design (People, Products, Places)
Future Cities, Urban Design, Garden Cities & New Towns, Drones - UAVs, GIS, Mapping, Landscape, Visualisation
paul [dot] cureton [at] lancaster [dot] ac [dot] uk

Paul Cureton has joined as Senior Lecturer in Design (People, Products, Places) ImaginationLancaster at Lancaster University. Paul is also a Senior Research Fellow in Landscape & Infrastructure, Birmingham City University, UK working on Hs2. Primary research interests include Future Cities, GIS, UAVs, urban mapping & modelling exploring connected technologies and innovation. Paul has delivered keynotes, consultancies and curated several exhibitions. Recent publications include explorations of the work of Lawrence Halprin in Rhythm, Agency, Scoring & the City in ‘Landscape & Agency: Critical Essays’, and the monograph; Strategies for Landscape Representation: Digital and Analogue Techniques (Routledge, 2016). Cureton is co-authoring a new book with Nick Dunn, Future Cities: A Visual History, (Bloomsbury, 2019). Cureton is also working on a new monograph Drone Futures: UAS in Landscape & Urban Design (Routledge 2019).

Updates and Outcomes

Landscape & Infrastructure

OutcomeExhibition
Landscape & Infrastructure

LANDSAPE & INFRASTRUCTURE Creating a National Park for the West Midlands 21 – 22 June 2018 | Birmingham City University ...More information

Rhythm, Agency, Scoring and the City

OutcomeBook Chapter
Rhythm, Agency, Scoring and the City

Chapter 8 - Rhythm, Agency, Scoring and the City ...More information

UAVs – Unmanned aerial vehicles in landscape practice

OutcomeOther
UAVs – Unmanned aerial vehicles in landscape practice

Drones, or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), have direct applications to landscape practice. Operating between human scales of landscape observation and low-flying light aircraft – usually between 10-120m – drones offer new survey possibilities by providing near-range visual information, among other...More information

You can find a list of Paul Cureton's publications on the Lancaster University research pages.