In 2015 I created the Design for Dementia Studio. It applies evidence-based principles through design to produce practical knowledge that leads to increased well-being. It implements transformative approaches to health and well-being outcomes through the application of evidence-based design principles.

In 2009, I worked with Professors Philip Goad and Hannah Lewi to re-write the architectural history curriculum for revised Bachelor program. These units took a comparative and thematic approach to teaching architectural history. I still return each year to Melbourne University to give guest lectures.

In 2017, I was responsible for the architectural history stream for Swinburne's new Bachelor of Design (Architecture). The units are integrated with design studios and take a contextual and thematic rather than a chronological approach. They give alternative readings to history that will not always involve the canon!