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Dean is an Architectural Historian and Research Associate at the RCA’s School of Architecture.

Before joining the Royal College of Art, Dean obtained his Master’s in Architectural History and Theory at the Bartlett School of Architecture (2019) and trained as an architect in Northern Ireland where he co-authored the publication ‘Glamour & Gloom’ (2017). His master’s thesis; ‘The Modern Broiler Chicken, The Female Farmhand, and the Artificial Mother,’ draws upon feminist, posthuman, and postcolonial theories and focuses on the intersectionality between human, non-human, and geographical forms of otherness as a socio-spatial question at the level of the rural farmstead and global foodways.

Dean’s current work in the Laboratory for Design & Machine Learning employs both quantitative and qualitative research methods, focusing on furthering understandings of domestic interiors and notions of well-being in the built environment.

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