Jason Anthony Dibbs is a writer and academic whose work investigates the interface of philosophy and design. He has written more than 20 feature articles for the Danish Architecture Centre and has been published in the Nexus Network Journal. His writing covers a range of topics, including architecture history, theory, and practice; the history of ideas; and the history of philosophy.His current research looks at the uptake of contemporary ontological philosophies into architecture scholarship. In other recent research he explored the influence of the German philosopher Martin Heidegger on current trajectories in architecture theory and practice. He has taught in architectural design, history and theory, and communications at the University of Sydney since 2013, and is engaged in developing and refining pedagogical practices in design.