Tania Davidge is an architect, critic, researcher and educator. She has a Master’s degree in Advanced Architectural Design from Columbia University in New York and broad experience in architecture, urban design and strategic design.
As a director of the design and research practice OpenHAUS, Tania is interested in the relationship of people and communities to architecture, cities and public space. Her research explores the ways we communicate architecture and spatial thinking to public audiences and focuses on the connection between place, people, spatial identity and architectural form.
As an active member of the architectural community Tania writes regularly for architectural publications, is a member of the Design Review Panel for the Office of Design and Architecture in South Australia and has served as a member on multiple committees for the Australian Institute of Architects.