You can find out more about the ongoing research in the School of Natural and Build Environment here.
Live Projects are the subject of much ongoing research among educators in architecture. See a list of publications arising from Street Society below:
Morrow, R. ‘Live Project Love: Building a Framework for Live Projects’. In Live Projects: Pioneering pedagogy through practice. Harriss, H. & Widder, L. (eds.). Routledge. 2014
Morrow, R. & Brown, J. B. ‘Live Projects as Critical Pedagogies’. In Live Projects: Designing with People. Dodd, M., Harrisson, F. & Charlesworth, E. (eds.). RMIT Training Pty Ltd Sept 2012
Morrow, R. & Brown, J. ‘Street Society: a live project at Queen’s University Belfast’. In Intercultural Interaction: Engaging in Architectural Education.. Mull, R. (ed.). London: London Metropolitan University, p. 10, 2011
Morrow, R (2007) “Creative Transformations”. In Design Studio Pedagogy: horizons for the Future. Edited by Ashraf Salama and Nicolas Wilkinson, The Urban International Press, United Kingdom ISBN 1-872811-09-4
See also PhD thesis by James Benedict Brown: ”A Critique of the Live Project’ completed at Queen’s in 2013.
The Live Projects Network also hosts a bibliography on live projects.