Kirsten Day

Lecturer | Architect
MSD, University of Melbourne | Norman Day + Associates

Dr. Kirsten Day ARBV RAIA, lectures in Technology and Practice in Architecture at the University of Melbourne and principal architect at Norman Day + Associates.
She researches the ‘contingent’ nature of the professional practice of architecture – via the lenses of architectural education (1. The Architect), codes and standards (2. Design for Equity),2 and methods of production (3. The Archive).
1. Examination of the institutions that define what and who is an Architect.
2. A research commitment to creating spaces that embrace neurodiversity and prioritizing accessibility.
3. As a Chief Investigator on the ARC LIEF project Australian Emulation Network: Born Digital Cultural Collections Access, she collaborates with the GLAM sector, ensuring the preservation and accessibility of digital architectural collections for future generations.

Interested in
Public speaking, Juries, Sessional teaching or crits, Writing, Expert comment