Dr Eric Guibert

Dr Eric Guibert


2022

The fictional soils of a ‘sustainable’ Anthropocene: A new materialist story of the soils of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
Guibert, Eric and Tostevin, Alec 2022. The fictional soils of a ‘sustainable’ Anthropocene: A new materialist story of the soils of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Journal of Landscape Architecture. 17 (2), pp. 76-89. https://doi.org/10.1080/18626033.2022.2156104

2021

On the Usefulness of Modern Animism: Co-Creating Architecture with Soils as Ontopolitical Practice
Guibert, E. 2021. On the Usefulness of Modern Animism: Co-Creating Architecture with Soils as Ontopolitical Practice. GeoHumanities. 7 (1), pp. 176-197. https://doi.org/10.1080/2373566x.2021.1904785

2021

Tower Flat
Guibert, E. 2021. Tower Flat.

2019

Landscape Gestures
Guibert, E. 2019. Landscape Gestures.

2018

The Literacy Library
Guibert, E. 2018. The Literacy Library.

2020

Rituals of Architecture: Using Ecosystems as Co-Designers
Guibert, E. 2020. Rituals of Architecture: Using Ecosystems as Co-Designers.

2020

Letter from the soils I have designed with
Guibert, E. 2020. Letter from the soils I have designed with. in: Bremner, L. and Cook, J. (ed.) Monsoon [+ other] Grounds London Monsoon Assemblages. pp. 39-50

2017

The Gardener Architect: designing with the emergent natures of places
Guibert, E. 2017. The Gardener Architect: designing with the emergent natures of places. PhD thesis

2019

Letter from the soils we have designed with
Guibert, E. 2019. Letter from the soils we have designed with.

2019

Emergent meadow watercolours
Guibert, E. 2019. Emergent meadow watercolours.

2016

ADAPT-r exhibition in London (AMBIKA P3)
Guibert, E. 2016. ADAPT-r exhibition in London (AMBIKA P3).

2018

Setting and Tweaking: the architect as improvisatory choreographer of ecologies
Guibert, E. 2018. Setting and Tweaking: the architect as improvisatory choreographer of ecologies. CA2RE Conference. Ghent 07 - 09 Apr 2017 KU Leuven.

2015

Timeframework, diversity and etiquette: Fostering collective Knowledge creation in conferences through design and practice
Guibert, E. 2015. Timeframework, diversity and etiquette: Fostering collective Knowledge creation in conferences through design and practice. Constructivist Foundations. 11 (1), pp. 108-110.


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