David Dooghe has taught at Hogeschool voor Wetenschap & Kunst, Sint-Lucas, the Rotterdamse Academie van Bouwkuns and Fontys Academy of Architecture & Urbanism, Tilburg.

Since 2018, David Dooghe is a board member of PlanDag, the yearly Dutch and Flemish forum on Planning.

Since 2018, David Dooghe is a researcher at the Future Urban Regions lectorship.

How should Linkeroever further develop? An adaptive structure, based on three design principles (Common Landscape, Common Amenities and Common Space), for the idea competition Antwerp Linkeroever.

The development and testing of a methodology, which pushes forward the qualitative spatial development of an urban circular economy.

A design for a two-story apartment with a garden, located just outside the centre of Rotterdam.

The water garden is design project for the ACCA competition: Bridge for the Hermitage Amsterdam, the Netherlands. At the ‘Water Garden’ of the Hermit­age interaction takes place between the water, the museum and the inhabitants and visitors of the city.

A programme, which focuses on what urban functions of activities and facilities are important for Randstad Holland and consequently contribute to its international image.

A city experience exhibition in what might be the smallest gallery in the world.

In Flanders, every day about 6 hectares of open space is being built upon. At the same time, no less than 40 percent of the material flows go to building projects. The pilot project Circular Municipality of the Future aims to drastically reduce both.

How to make a neighborhood future-proof and at the same time take a leap in quality of its development by better connecting bottom-up and top-down projects? City Lab as an independent intermediary platform for urban development.

How to combine production and urban development? A vision, framework and development strategy for 'The Innovative City Port', an area located at Antwerp North, where the city and the port area of Antwerp meet.

A design for a bathroom, creating serenity on a minimal surface.

A program strategy for the Buikslotermeerplein, created in cooperation with twenty local stakeholders via a co-creation process.

A research comparing the relation between urban development and ownership, by owners as well as users of the space, with casestudies in the Netherlands and Belgium.

For the debate ‘The Shifting City’ organised by the Architectural Institute Nijmegen and the Art Centre LUX, David  Dooghe and Donica Buisman showed their first ideas on strategic temporary and long term programmes of future city island in Nijmegen.

A design-research on how to develop empty plots in Rotterdam centre.

A design for an urban apartment in cultural centre of Rotterdam.

Organising and leading a co-creation process between the youngsters of Rotterdam and different stakeholders in the city to accomplish projects concerning the creation of Rotterdam as a Vibrant City.