Fire Triangulation: Past meets Present meets Future Case Study

This triangulated case study extends across continents and centuries to discuss parallels between events that have historically been considered as mutually exclusive, therein studied in silos.

Triangulating transdisciplinary data amassed from studies of both past and present wildland and urban fires, a system of systems approach is employed by means of illuminating how, at the level of biochemistry, physics, and the wider sciences, fire behaviours found in wildlands have become manifest in cities, and the relevance thereof to architectural, urban/peri-urban design, and town and city planning futures.

Project facts

United Kingdom

London

2018

Submitted by:

Melissa Sterry, PhD

Project leader

13 januari 2021 13:08:00

How to cite this page:

Melissa Sterry, PhD

Fire Triangulation: Past meets Present meets Future Case Study

Resources

Citation: Sterry, M. L., (2018) Panarchistic Architecture: Building Wildland-Urban Interface Resilience to Wildfire through Design Thinking, Practice and Building Codes Modelled on Ecological Systems Theory. PhD Thesis, Advanced Virtual and Technological Architecture Research [AVATAR] group, University of Greenwich, London.

Citation: Sterry, M. L., (2018) Panarchistic Architecture: Building Wildland-Urban Interface Resilience to Wildfire through Design Thinking, Practice and Building Codes Modelled on Ecological Systems Theory. PhD Thesis, Advanced Virtual and Technological Architecture Research [AVATAR] group, University of Greenwich, London.

Citation: Sterry, M. L., (2018) Panarchistic Architecture: Building Wildland-Urban Interface Resilience to Wildfire through Design Thinking, Practice and Building Codes Modelled on Ecological Systems Theory. PhD Thesis, Advanced Virtual and Technological Architecture Research [AVATAR] group, University of Greenwich, London.

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Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 
Main ecosystems 
Scale
Urban areas
Suburban landscape
Small scale agriculture & villages
Grasslands/rangelands
Forests
Global