Dr Tse-Hui Teh
The Bartlett School of Planning
Faculty of the Built Environment
- Joined UCL
- 18th Jan 2008
Tse-Hui’s research interests are in urban design. She is particularly interested in how infrastructures, technologies and cultures relate to urban forms. She uses a CCAT (Collective Coevolution of Actant Trajectories) framework to investigate these relationships and project how they may change in the future. She uses ethnographic and codesign game methods for her research. She is currently working on four research projects around water and sanitation infrastructures: CAMELLIA (Community Water Management for a Liveable London); Coevolution of Water Reuse Systems in Australia; Compost Communities at Spitalfields City Farm; and Sacred Rice, Dirty Cress and Urbanisation in Antananarivo, Madagascar.
At UCL Tse-Hui currently convenes the course ‘Sustainable Urban Design’;co-convenes 'Critical Debates: Sustainable Urbanism'; and teaches 'Pillars of Planning: Environment'. She has taught ‘Sustainable Urban Development’ and ‘Urban Design: Product,Process and Critique’. At Columbia University, she has taught studio based courses in architecture and urban design. She has also been a guest critic at Columbia University and the Architecture Association; and has given guest lectures for Columbia University, Cooper Union and Katholieke Universiteit Leuven.
- Other Postgraduate qualification (including professional), ATQ03 - Recognised by the HEA as a Fellow |
- PGCE, PGCE. |
- Institute of Education
- Other qualification, Professional Certification | 2013
- University College London
- Doctorate, Doctor of Philosophy | 2011
- Columbia University
- Other higher degree, Masters of Architecture and Urban Design | 2006
- University of Technology, Sydney
- First Degree, Bachelor of Architecture | 2001
Tse-Hui's background is in architecture and urban design. She completed her PhD research at the University College London in 2011. Prior to this she was a teaching and research fellow at Columbia University working on the Gateway National Recreation Area in New York City. She is a Fulbright scholar with a masters degree from Columbia University and first class honours degree from University of Technology Sydney. She has 10 years of professional experience in architecture, urban design and interior design in both private and government sectors.