Endriana Audisho is a lecturer at UTS and a Master of Architecture.
She is currently completing a PhD with her project titled Screening Architecture. The research is investigating the transformation of journalistic accounts of the Middle East and their relationship to architectural discources since the 1990s.
Endriana teaches undergraduate and graduate architectural subjects at UTS. These include architectural design, history and theory and architectural communication. She is currently coordinating first-year design studio and teaches a special project elective on the relationship between conflict, media and architecture. In addition, she is the electives director across both the undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in the school of architecture.
Since 2011, Endriana has also worked as a graduate architect for Office Feuerman, a Sydney-based design office. She has managed several projects, ranging from object design, exhibitions, public art projects and small residential projects. In 2014, she project managed 'Street Light Disco,' a public art project commissioned by the City of Sydney, as part of Art & About Sydney.
During her studies, she received the Object Gallery Award for Design Excellence and was nominated for the NSW AIA Design Medal.
Audisho, E. 2016, 'Doha: An Emerging Global Hub', Urban and Architectural Translations in Modern Asia, The University of Hong Kong.
Audisho, E. 2015, 'Patterns of Displacement', 4T Design and Design History Society: Design in Times of Turmoil, Izmir, Turkey.
Audisho, E. 2013, 'Review of Porosity: The Architecture of Invagination, Architecture Australia, January 2013, Vol 1, No 1', Architecture Australia, Australia.