Dr Sidh Sintusingha is Coordinator, Landscape Architecture Major, Bachelor of Environments at the University of Melbourne. Prior to joining academia, he practiced as an architect and landscape architect in Thailand and Australia. His research focuses on addressing socio-cultural, environmental and scalar problems relating to urban sprawl and the speculation of retrofits towards urban sustainability in Southeast Asian cities. His research also addresses the evolving formal cultural landscape expressions, both planned/designed and unplanned/undesigned, in response to those broader phenomenon of urban sprawl. Sidh has widely presented and published in these areas both locally and internationally. He is also a Research Associate at the Victorian Eco-Innovation Lab and on the Architects for Peace editorial board.