Katelyn Hudson is a PhD candidate at Bond University in Queensland, Australia, with a previous Doctor of Architecture from the University of Hawaii at Manoa (2013). Her research focuses on the evolution human behavioural patterns within architectural interventions specific to extreme environments. This centres on the concept of biophilic design, ecological architecture, and vernacular building and how these have been employed in locations that range from northern New England (USA) to Antarctica.
Research projects / interests:
- Architecture of Extreme Environments
- Biophilic Design
- History of Architecture and Human Habitation
- Human Behavioural Studies
Keywords: Architecture, Design, Human Habitation of Antarctica, Biophilic Design, Explorers Hut, Scientific Research Station, Antarctic Treaty System, History, Environmental Management, Polar Policy, Cultural Studies, Environment