BA (Hons), Dip Arch, MA, ARB
T: +44 (0)114 222 0354
I have combined architectural practice with teaching for many years and am particularly interested in creating synergies between architectural pedagogy and practice. Sustainable, low carbon design is central to my architectural agenda with a specific focus on performance led design.
As Technology Leader I have an overseeing role over the teaching of technology across the school and of our technical facilities and equipment. As TEL (Technology Enhanced Learning) leader I seek to innovate and implement new technologies to enhance pedagogy.
My main teaching activities are at MArch and Post Graduate Taught level and centre around architectural technology and sustainable design.
I coordinate the teaching of technology at MArch level (RIBA part II) and have pioneered a new approach to the integration of technology into studio design projects through the ongoing Complex Material Assembly programme.
In the PGT school I am co-director for the MSc in Sustainable Architecture Studies and I teach environmental simulation and building physics for sustainable design.
I have taught in the design studios at SSoA for sixteen years.
Technology and Technology Enhanced Learning Leader
|Professional Standing and Distinctions||
Qualified Architect. 16 years professional practice experience.
Key completed architectural and urban projects
Zephyr International Ideas Competition for Passively Cooled Buildings: Commendation for excellence in technology
British Steel Caravel Competition: National Finalist
Menara UMNO: RAIA (Royal Australian Institute of Architects) 1998 International Award
Menara UMNO: SIA (Singapore Institute of Architects) Award, Honourable Mention
Evelina Children’s Hospital: Stirling Prize nominated
Evelina Children’s Hospital: Shortlisted for the Prime Minister’s Better Public Building Award 2006.
Evelina Children’s Hospital: British Construction Industry (BCI) Judges Special Award 2006
RIBA national competition for a new festival centre in Sheffield: Seventh place