Marian Loth

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Marian Loth Sanitary researcher and designer TU Delft, Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering For her master’s graduation project Marian invented and designed a female urinal at the design department of sanitary ware company Sphinx in Maastricht. This experience stimulated her interest in human sanitation. Marian then became project and design manager of the ‘lady p.’ […]

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Gail Ramster

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Gail Ramster Senior Research Associate, The Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design, Royal College of Art I am co-lead (with Jo-Anne Bichard) of the Royal College of Art’s Public Toilet Research Unit. Public toilet design is a life-long interest, and my work here has extended beyond physical design to include service models, levels of provision, information […]

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Charlotte Jones

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Charlotte Jones Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Wellcome Centre for Cultures and Environments of Health, University of Exeter Between 2015-2018, Charlotte was Research Fellow on Around the Toilet, a series of AHRC-funded projects creatively exploring the accessibility and culture of toilets, particularly for queer, trans and disabled people. She is now a member of the research team […]

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Clara Greed

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Clara Greed Emerita Professor of Inclusive Urban Planning, UWE Bristol Clara seeks to plan for ‘the city of everyday life’. This led her to research on public toilet provision but also involves work on transport planning, social infrastructure and sustainability at both the national and international level, especially in the Far East. She is a […]

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Deljana Iossifova

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Deljana Iossifova Senior Lecturer in Urban Studies, University of Manchester Currently, Deljana is the Chair of the Urban Studies Foundation and PI on a portfolio of international inter- and transdisciplinary projects examining the design, implementation and use of urban sanitation infrastructures in China, India and Brazil. These projects adopt a transdisciplinary approach that draws on […]

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John Griggs

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John Griggs Water and More John represents the UK on various International and European committees, eg: non-sewered sanitation, Service activities relating to drinking water supply, wastewater and stormwater systems, above ground drainage, water reuse systems, wastewater treatment plants, gullies and air admittance valves. John has also managed European projects on heat recovery systems, solar panel […]

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Jen Slater

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Jen Slater Sheffield Hallam University I led the AHRC-funded Around the Toilet project ( Around the Toilet used arts-based participatory approaches to explore toilets as spaces of exclusion and belonging. A number of practical community-focused outputs were made through the research, all available at the project blog. I am also interested in critical explorations of […]

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Lauren White

Lauren White Research Fellow, Department of Sociological Studies, University of Sheffield. Lauren is a sociologist working at the intersections of everyday life, creative qualitative methodologies and the sociology of health and illness. Her current project is titled, ‘Everyday Life with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS): Mobilities, Accessibility and Belonging’. As part of her research, she is […]

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Marcus Willcocks

Marcus Willcocks Research Fellow, Design Against Crime Research Centre, University of the Arts London Marcus specialises in place-based, social and collaborative design, practice and research, across built environments and physical and networked commons. His experience in safe placemaking and socially responsive design spans 20 years with public, private and third sectors. He has delivered research […]

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