Through her writing, Liz holds space for the questions essential to this way of practice.
The work ranges from an essay that talks about the need to incorporate space for grief in our design practices to a paper that talks about how space was used as an instrument of both harm and subversive resilience in Apartheid South Africa. All are linked by their explorations of how space is integral to the quality of the lives we lead and the communities we desire. And they engage with the social and emotional impact of the places we call home, including the role of care, grief, and healing.
Below is a selection of her writing.