Elizabeth Parker is a designer interested in the intersection of the built environment, perception, and identity. Originally with a background in political risk analysis, her research explores how humans attach to objects and places alike. Her writings cover issues from the politicization of wall surface to designing for rising water levels.

Degrees Held:

MFA Interior Design, Parsons The New School for Design

Recent Publications:

Parker, E. (2015) Fluid Matters: On Water and Design, in AD Reader Ground Rules for Humanitarian Design (eds A. M. Soo Chun and I. E. Brisson), John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Hoboken, NJ, USA.

Research Interests:

affordances, attachment, identity, perception, interior design, product design