Professional Architect and Senior Lecturer in Architecture
June Jordaan is a Professional Architect and Senior Lecturer in Architecture from Cape Town South Africa. She practiced Architecture in Amsterdam, Mauritius, and Cape Town before joining Academia full time in 2012 at Cape Peninsula University of Technology. Her PhD and subsequent research has focussed on the application of Phenomenology in Architecture. With particular focus on Architecture as a Psychological Phenomenon, Architectural Archetypes, and Architecture and the Everyday. She furthermore has done research on Cinematic Placemaking and its depiction of Atmospheres and Existential Lived Space, and also on Places of Witchcraft. She has presented her research in Japan, Hong Kong, Chandigarh, Oxford, Prague and across South Africa. This path has led her to the field of Neuroscience as a more scientific discipline for interpreting the human experience of architectural and aesthetic phenomena.
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