Curriculum Vitae


Kevin Rhowbotham



Name: Kevin Rowland Rhowbotham, B.A. Hons., Dip Arch., MS (Cornell)




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  • Award-winning architect and academic.
  • Internationally recognized expert in the fields of urban design, architectural theory and architectural practice.
  • Internationally acclaimed architect, urban theorist and urban designer.
  • Internationally published theorist, broadcaster and blogger.
  • International speaker on the subject of architecture, urban design, and the projected development of cities.
  • Expert in urban logistics, urban morphology and urban demographics.
  • Professorial and managerial experience at major universities in the UK, USA, Germany and China (Hong Kong).
  • Practicing urban designer with project experience in the United States, Poland, Russia, France, Germany, Lithuania, UAE (Dubai and Riyadh), China and the U.K.
  • Expert in sustainability, low energy, heat recovery and grey water design strategies.
  • Extensive experience negotiating with sovereign capital fund holders and large scale capital fund clients.
  • Initiator of ground breaking low cost ‘ground up’ initiatives, negotiating with NGO’s and government funded bodies.
  • Extensive management experience running innovative teams and working groups.
  • Enthusiastic contributor to major institutional Committees.
  • Managing and delivering small and large-scale architectural projects, urban designs and master plans at the highest levels of commercial practice in the UK and abroad.
  • An established reputation for innovative development and implementation.
  • Cross disciplinary collaborator in the disciplines of architecture, urbanism, computing, fine art, anthropology, history and philosophy.
  •  Organizer of critically acclaimed exhibitions, workshops and conferences.
  • Broadcaster, writer and speaker.



I am currently, senior architect, CSA London, Guest Professor at Greenwich School of Architecture, associate founder of the ICArUS initiative to establish cultural projects in Eastern Europe and East Africa.

Formerly Head of School at the Grenfell-Baines School of Architecture at UCLan, (University of Central Lancashire) where I was also module lead of the Master of Architecture (M.Arch) atelier ‘Urban Settlements’ and course lead of the Master of Science in Urbanism (M.Sc. Urb).


My work has addressed the major movements in Western architecture of the last 25 years and led me to challenge publicly the shibboleths surrounding both urbanism and modern architecture in its globalized form. Early experience in high-rise corporate office buildings in the United States with Skidmore Owings and Merrill and large scale urban regeneration and redevelopment programmes with O.M.Ungers in Europe led to competition wins which facilitated the establishment of my independent consultancies. I have retained a firm belief in and commitment to affirming, a close relationship between practice and academia. I have practiced as an architect since 1982 and took my first teaching job at University College London in 1983. I have established a number of influential and iconoclast design groups including Fashion Architecture and Taste (FAT), ‘Alphaville’, ‘Big Open Box’ and most recently ‘Field Ltd’ which explicitly perused this relationship.

I am a champion of studio based design research specifically aligned to post–graduate studio production and to a strong REF research base, in order to offer an alternative to traditional academic categories of research, most particularly in theMArch part 2 and MSc in Urban Design.

Studio research undertaken at the Architectural Association, London, allying brand analysis, demography and contemporary urban practice, facilitated the development of new urban models which I applied to a number of large-scale, commercially driven, master planning projects in Europe and the Middle East. Publications funded through research at the University of Westminster, the Royal College of Art and The University of the Creative Arts, Canterbury, established my reputation for urban, anthropological and market analysis. I continue to provide urban, demographic and branding consultancy to a number of major companies in the UK, the EU, Eastern Europe,  Africa and the Middle East, working within, and building on, their commercial objectives. I have held committee positions at the RIBA and the ARB and senior management posts in education (Academic Lead UCLan) and in commercial practice (Design Directorship ECHO International). I am an enthusiastic member of SCHOSA and current member of the RIBA North West education group. I have represented the Foreign and Commonwealth Office through the Know How Fund as adviser to the Technical University Bratislava on its application for R.I.B.A. professional recognition and was a member of the RIBA’s Education Committee and Competition committee as well as external examiner (part 1 exemption) for the Architects Registration Board.


I have represented the following institutions both nationally and internationally:



The British Council,

The British School at Rome

The Foreign and Commonwealth Office.



My teaching activities as a researcher, tutor and critic have been carried out in many schools of architecture across the world, from the USA to China. The principal amongst these are:-

The Architectural Association, London.

Cooper Union, New York.

University College London, The Bartlett School of Architecture

Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich

University of Illinois at Chicago School of Architecture.

University of Munich School of Architecture.

Technisches Universitate, Berlin.

Hochschule Der Kunste, Berlin.

Harvard Graduate School of Design,

University of Belgrade School of Architecture

Colombia Graduate School of Architecture

University of Westminster School of Architecture, London

Sci. Arch. Los Angeles.

VTC Hong Kong


I am a passionate collaborator as both educator and architect. I look to connect within challenging alliances with like-minded architects and designers, educators, students, developers, urban commercial consultants and academics.

My work is known to bridge the demands of pure and applied research with, in many cases, clear commercial and regenerative outcomes.

I have challenged and energized a generation of architects, securing a number of distinguished international awards for student design work, which include the following:-


Schinkel Prize for Architecture; 1999

Das Prise Diplom auf Architektur, Berlin Technisches Universitat; 1997 and 1998

The RIBA international Student Prize in Architecture; 1996


Following the publication of two ground breaking books, ‘Field Event, Field Space’ (1998) and the influential ‘Form to Programme’ (1996), I achieved an international reputation as a theorist, lecturing internationally on architecture and urbanism. I continue to write critically about architectural and urban issues and am a regular contributor to current architectural journals.


I established the blog ‘Kevin Rhowbotham’ ( in 2006 as a vehicle for critical discussion and as a forum for the exchange of ideas.

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Throughout my career I have consistently combined teaching with professional practice. I established my own practice in 1992, which I maintain as an architecture and urban consultancy.

In private practice I held the position of design director and second principle of the architectural practice ECHO Architecture London.



Following undergraduate and post graduate studies at Oxford Polytechnic School of Architecture, I graduated with a 1st class B.A. (Hons.) degree in Architecture and a Dip. Arch., with distinction. I won a Fulbright scholarship (1979) to study in the United States of America; I graduated Summa Cum Laude from Cornell University School of Architecture with a Masters in Architecture and Urban Design (1981). I undertook subsequent doctoral studies at Cambridge University.

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1983 `Oxford Polytechnic, Exemption R.I.B.A. part 3.

1982 Magdalene College Cambridge. Ph.D. in History and Theory of Architecture

1979-’81 Cornell University School of Architecture, Masters in Architecture and Urbanism.

1978 Oxford Polytechnic; Dip. Arch., with distinction.

1975 Oxford Polytechnic; B.A.(Hons.), 1st. class.



General Experience.

I have taught studio at all levels within the five year system, year 1 through year 5; I have extensive experience of other teaching systems in Western and Eastern Europe and the in the United States. I have also taught History and Theory of Architecture, Building construction at part 1 and part 2, and Professional Practice at part 3. I have consequently, been able to offer comprehensive support at all points of teaching delivery in my current position.

Teaching and Academic Administrative Appointments

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2011                       Appointed Professor of Architecture and Academic Lead at the University of Central Lancashire.

2009                       Appointed Senior Lecturer in History and Theory, UCA Canterbury School of Architecture.

2003                       Appointed member of the Royal Institute of British Architects External Visiting Board

2002                       Appointed member of the ARB Part II External Examinations Board.

1999                       Appointed Diploma Unit Master, Architectural Association, London.

Visiting studio critic, Royal College of Art, London. Visiting speaker, Architectural Association, London. Visiting studio critic, Architectural Association, London.

1998                                               Appointed Distinguished Visiting Professor, Department of Landscape Urbanism, University of Illinois at Chicago. Visiting studio critic to Research Institute for Experimental Architecture, RIEAvico, Vico Marcote, Switzerland. Visiting professor for Diploma colloquia, Technische Universität Berlin.

1997                                        Visiting studio critic to the Hochschule der Kunste, Berlin Weißensee. Visiting studio critic to the Haupstudium, Prof. Zampf Kelp, Hochschuhle der Kunste, Berlin. Visiting tutor to the Graduate Design School, Architectural Association, London.

1996                          Appointed Gast Professor für Entwerfen, Baukonstruktion und Städtebau, Technische Universität Berlin. Visiting studio critic to the Technical University Sofia, Bulgaria. Visiting studio critic to the Technical University Dresden. Visiting tutor to the Graduate Design School, Architectural Association, London. Visiting Studio Master, Belgrade Workshop, ‘Project X’, Technical University, Belgrade.

1995             Appointed Course Director of the Master of Arts in Computer Imaging in Architecture, University of Westminster. Appointed member of R.I.B.A. Education Committee.

1994                                        Visiting tutor to Masters in Architectural Theory, University of Central England. Visiting Studio Master Technical University Bratislava. Visiting Studio Master Ljubljana Urban Summer Studio’ 94.

1993                       Appointed by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office through the Know How Fund as advisor to the Technical University Bratislava on its application for R.I.B.A. professional recognition. Visiting Studio Master Fachhochschule Konstanz.

1992                                        Visiting Studio Master Ljubljana Urban Summer Studio ’93.

1991                                        Invited studio master, RIBA Master Class.

1990                     Appointed unit master Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London.

Appointed member of R.I.B.A. Student Prizes Committee for the organisation of exhibitions and publications of the RIBA bronze and silver medal exhibitions and the publication and exhibition of the RIBA annual International Student Prize competition.

1989                     Appointed Senior Lecturer in History and Theory, Polytechnic of Central London School of Architecture.

Appointed reader for R.I.B.A. silver and bronze medals in dissertation.

Visiting tutor and workshop co-ordinator at the Technical University, Munich.

1988                                        Group co-ordinator, RIBA Master Class.

Appointed Head of First Year B.A. Degree in Architectural Studies Polytechnic of the Southbank

1987                                        Invited critic to the RIBA’s Anglo-Dutch exchange.

Appointed member of Faculty Board, Polytechnic of Southbank.

Appointed Chairman of Post-Graduate Course Board, Polytechnic of the Southbank.

1986                                        Appointed Post-graduate Course Director, Polytechnic of the Southbank Occasional Visiting tutor at Kingston Polytechnic School of Interior Design.

1985                     Appointed Course Director of the Post-Graduate Diploma in Architecture Southbank Polytechnic.

Appointed Chairman of Post-Graduate Course Board, Polytechnic of the Southbank.


1984                       Appointed Senior Lecturer in Architecture, Southbank Polytechnic.

1983                       Appointed part-time studio tutor at Southbank Polytechnic.

Visiting studio tutor at Birmingham Polytechnic.

1982                       Appointed part-time studio tutor at Kingston Polytechnic.

1981                       Appointed part-time studio tutor at the Bartlett, University College, London.


Extra-Curricular Organisation

I have organised the sponsorship and delivery of over thirty public exhibitions of architectural works.

School, at the Polytechnic of the Southbank. This expanded during my time at the Bartlett School and was much

emulated in London and at other schools throughout the U.K.

I have organised the sponsorship and delivery of two conferences on architectural theory, as well the organisation,

I established an extracurricular exhibition programme of Diploma student work whilst Course Director of the Diploma

Architectural Association, London, I instigated and led academic workshops in France, Spain, Serbia, Slovenia, Slovakia,

I have consistently developed and pursued an energetic publication agenda, having student work published on a regular

basis for the first time through a series of connections within the architectural press.

During my professorial appointments both in the United States and in Germany and later, as Studio Master at the

Bulgaria, The United States, and Germany.


Scholarships and Awards

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1982 Awarded study honorarium by Ove Arup.

1980 Awarded ‘Alumni Design Prize’, by Cornell Committee for the Performing Arts.

1979 Awarded Fulbright-Hayes Scholarship to study in the U.S.A.

1974 Oxford Polytechnic School of Architecture. School Prize in Design, year 3.

1973 Oxford Polytechnic School of Architecture. School Prize in Design, year 2.

1972 Oxford Polytechnic School of Architecture. School Prize in Design, year 1.

Awarded Royal Society of Arts Parker Trust Studentship.

Awarded Morsehead-Salter travel scholarship by Magdalene College. Cambridge.



Over the last fifteen years I have lectured at a number of Universities throughout Europe and the United States.


The Baltic Galleries, Newcastle Upon Tyne.

University College London, The Bartlett.

Kingston University.

London Metropolitan University.

University of the South Bank.

De Montfort University.

Camberwell School of Art.

Glasgow School of Art.

Edinburgh University.

Oxford Brookes University.

University of Westminster.

Bath University.

Birmingham City University.

University of Brighton.

The Architectural Association.

Sheffield University, SUAS, School of Architectural Studies.

Royal Institute of British Architects.

Portsmouth University.

Liverpool University.

John Moores University, Liverpool.

Goldsmiths College, London.

Building Industries Trust, London.

Institute of Contemporary Art, London.

The Technical University of Sofia.

Greenwich University

UCA Canterbury School of Architecture

Grenfell-Baines School of architecture , Preston Lancashire.



Seidl-Villa München- Visions for Sarajevo Workshop.

Technische Universität Berlin.

Städelschule Frankfurt.

Technische Universität München.

Hochshule der Kunste (HDK), Berlin.

Institut für Städtebau und Regionalplannung, Technische Universität, Dresden.

Hochschule für Gestaltung, Kunsthochschule, Berlin -Weißensee.

Fachhochschule Konstanz.

Institut für Kunst und Handwerk, Wüppertal.

Haus der Kultur der Weld, Berlin.



Bolton Street Polytechnic Dublin.



Technical University Belgrade.

British Council, Belgrade.



Technical University of Bratislava.

Institute of Fine Arts Bratislava.

Göeter Institute, Bratislava.



Museum of Applied Arts, Ljubljana.

Technical University, Ljubljana.



Research Institute for Experimental Architecture, RIEAvico, Vico Morcote.

United States of America

Cornell University, Ithaca, New York.

The Graham Foundation, Chicago.

Southern California Institute of Architecture (Sci-Arch), Los Angeles.

University of Southwestern Louisiana.

Pratt Institute of Design, Brooklyn, New York.

University of Illinois at Chicago.

Form Zero, Los Angeles.



YTC Hong Kong



Extensive experience in architectural design, urban design and master planning, procurement, project planning, partnering, local government negotiation and the production of strategic feasibilities. Experience in bidding, pre‐qualification, job costing analysis, fee negotiation, pre‐contract negotiation, standard form and bespoke contact in the U.K., USSR, Poland, and most recently in the Middle East, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, and Bahrain.
Qualified Urban Designer (University of Cornell, United States of America), experienced master planner for large capital projects in Dubai, Saudi Arabia, USSR, Lithuania, Germany ,the United States and United Kingdom. Team leader and member of the practice management group responsible for master planning, and practice design delivery on all pertinent brand projects.
Award winning design architect with extensive experience in retail, high rise commercial office, high rise residential, general residential , universities, schools, hotel/ conferencing, specialist interiors, bespoke exhibition design and private residences. Experience in specialist projects for football stadia, low cost container housing, care facilities and listed structures. Former managing director of the architectural company Field. Ltd. and former senior design director of Echo Architecture London.
Responsible for all aspects of the business administration and service delivery.

I have established working multi-disciplinary professional teams in the Europe, the Middle East and the U.K. expediting pre-tender and post-tender capital projects. I have been responsible for the establishment of international teams to undertake diverse, complex and high cost capital projects under severe time constraints, between time zones and within a multiplicity of languages.

I established my own practice in 1992 which I ran successfully in various guises for fifteen years whilst teaching

peripatetically at a number of universities in the U.K. Europe and the United States.


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2008 Appointed Senior Consultant by the urban regeneration and management consultancy

Cornerstone Strategies (an affiliate body of The Chambers, commercial [retail and leisure] management consultants).

2006 Appointed Design Director, Echo Architecture International

2004 Established the architectural, urban design and regeneration consultancy The Field

2001 Director of the architectural company BCA

2000 Co-founder of the architectural company ALPHAVILLE

1992 Founder of the architectural company FAT.



I am an author, article writer for newspapers and magazines, blogger, broadcaster, international lecturer, exhibition and workshop and conference organiser and contributor throughout the U.K., the U.S. and continental Europe.

Publications, Books and book contributions.

2000 Short essay ‘The Groin of Verticality’ published in ‘City Levels’, August Media Ltd., London.

Architectural Practice, to be published by Routledge London.

1999 The essay ‘landscape+topography+field; remembering the dismembered’ published in ‘The

1998 ‘Driftworks and Iterations’ a book of project work to date, published by the T.U. Berlin in

1996 Contribution to the symposium ‘Thesen zur Architekturlehre’, published by the Fachbereichs

1994/5 ‘Form to Programme’, an exploration of teaching philosophy and the tropes of creative

1993 ‘House for a Standard Georgian Frontage’, published in Liverpool University Symposium

1990 Glasgow Tower competition entry, published in special book length edition of Building Design

1988 ‘Limehouse Basin Housing’, Housing typology studies published by 50328 through Southbank

Several projects published in a new anthology of cutting edge projects entitled ‘10×10’, by

Phaidon publications, London.

Power of Contemporary Architecture’, a book recording the contributions to the Lowe Lecture  Series at the Bartlett University College London and published by Academy Editions, John Wiley and Sons Ltd. London.

‘Field Event/Field Space’, an exploration of a series of new urban ideas and a collection of urban projects for cities in central and eastern Europe. A book published by Black Dog Publishing, London.

in association with Black Dog Publishing, London.

‘Form to Programme’, second impression by Black Dog Publishing, London., published in Bulgaria and Russia by Georgi Stanishev, Sofia, Bulgaria.

Architektur der Technische Universität, Berlin.

educational thinking. A book published by Black Dog Publishing, London.

catalogue ‘New European Architecture’.

Drawings published in ‘British Drawings’ a book published by Architectural Press through Fumio Shimitzu, Tokyo.

FAT house project, published in ‘Theory and Experimentation’ a book by Academy Editions,London.


‘Shibboleth’, environmental sculpture included in a book length catalogue ‘New Works For

Different Places’ published by TeleVision South West Arts.


Essays and Reviews

2013 ‘Et in Arcadia ego: Et in Arcadia est’, article published in The New Pastoralism: Landscape into

2012 ‘The Meritocratic Vision’; Article published in Architectural Review, 28th October.‘KEVIN

Architecture AD

RHOWBOTHAM CRITIQUES THE BIG RETHINK’, Article in Architectural Review, 29th February.

2006-9 Instigation of my blog ‘Kevin Rhowbotham ‘,, containing over

2004 Essay entitled ‘The end of empty formalism’, published in Architectural Design, Vol. 74, N0

2003 Essay entitled ‘Context and proposition’, published in the book entitled &/also by Hawkins

2000 Book review, ‘Cool Rules’, published in AA Files, February 2001.

fifty essay written since 1997.

Sept. Oct. 2004, pp. 77-82.

Review of the Smithson’s exhibition ‘THE HOUSE FOR THE FUTURE TO A HOUSE FOR TODAY’ at

the Design Museum, London for DOMUS, published in the January issue 2004

Brown Architects, published by Black Dog Publishing, London, pp248-253.

1999 ‘Civic Authenticity and Public Art’, article written for the occasional review, Public Art Journal,

1998 Review of the ‘Horizontal City; the Chicago inner triangle’ project published in The Architect’s

1997 Interview published in IAA (International Academy of Architecture) Review, Summer, pages

1996 ‘Silicon Implants’, article concerning the implications for architecture and teaching of the

1995 The following essays were published in ‘Educating Architects’ by Academy Editions, London.

1994 ‘Ten suggestions…’ published in Archetype, (March) and 1994 Liverpool symposium catalogue.

Essay ‘The Groin of Verticality’, published as ‘Lasagne City’, in ‘City Levels’, a book published

through August Media by Birkhäuser, London. ISBN3-7643-6315-0.

Essay ‘Antediluvian Urbanism’, published in Archiworld ,vol. 66, issue 11, pp. 105-6, Soul,

Korea. ISSN-1227-9838.

Essay ‘Eye Candy’, written as an introductory web essay to the London exhibition ‘Who’s afraid

of a little Eye Candy?’, Curtain Road, London, published at

Article published in Architectural Design Magazine, vol. 70, issue 6. December 2000 Fashion

and Architecture, entitled ‘Fear and Loathing on the Campaign Trail’. pp28-33. ISBN


Article published in Architectural Design Magazine, vol. 71 issue 1, February 2001, Young

Blood, entitled ‘The Edification of an Architect’ ppXXXX


Journal, November 12th.

Two articles ‘Networks: The Nature of Urbanism Under the Post-Fordist Yolk’, a material

review of the impact of information transfer on the contemporary city and ‘Aspects of a

prospective pedagogical economy: New technologies new markets’, a review of the changing

material relationship between education and professional practice in a period of accelerating

technological change. Published in Architectural Design issue ‘Architects in Cyberspace 2’,

Vol.68, Nov/Dec.1,5&8.

Review of the British Council lecture, ‘Form to Programme‘, published in Politica, June 20th.

1997. Serbia‘s leading national newspaper.

Review of the workshop ‘Field Space‘ in Beograd, June 18th. 1997, the English weekly cultural

magazine of Belgrade.

‘No rights reserved’, interview with Georgi Stanishev, reviewing current theoretical projects;

World Architecture, London, issue No. 52, December, pp88 – 91.

multi-processor revolution, published Building Design, London.

Contribution to the, ESSA International Workshop ‘Project X’, Belgrade ‘Territoriality of Civil

Strife/The Urbanism of Immanence.’ published in Workshop reviews ‘Project X’.

Contribution to the ‘Post Warchitecture- Visions for Sarajevo’ Urban Workshop published in

‘Visions for Sarajevo’, München, A general prospectus of the workshops.

‘Architecture and Freedom’,‘Architect as Hero’, ‘Beauty’, ‘Architectural Historian, Architectural

Critic’, ‘The RIBA: The Janus Postures’, ‘Art, Artifice, Architecture’, ‘Non Specific Urbanism

Manifesto’, ‘House for a Standard Georgian Frontage’, ‘BARBIE-techture’, ‘The Gilded Column’,

‘City Wise’, ‘FASHION, ARCHITECTURE, TASTE’, ‘Ten suggestions for the budding Avant-

Essay ‘The uncompromising surface’ published in catalogue of the exhibition ‘Public Property’,


‘IS’, critical essays published in Bartlett magazine, Artifice (June).

The following essays were published in ‘Artifice’, Vol. 1, Black Dog Publishing, London. ‘The

Plan’, ‘The Graphical Meridian’, ‘The graphical Object, The Graphical Act’, ‘The Invagination of

Form’, ‘Surface’.

1993 Symposium contribution included in March-April issue of A.D. “Free Space”.

1984-92 First articles published in Building Design Magazine, Nov.18th. ’83; June 15th. ’84.

‘Art, Artifice, Architecture’ published in ‘Der Bullet’; Utopica.

I made occasional contributions to this magazine, my last being a review of the multi-
processor revolution, ‘Silicon Implants. in March ‘96.

Architectural Works and Exhibitions

2000 Premiated student work from ‘99-’00 diploma unit at the Architectural Association published in

1999 ‘Field Event/Field Space’, theoretical projects, see Books, below.

1998 Projects published in Architectural Design ‘Cyberspace 2’, see Books, below.

1997 Projects published in IAA (International Academy of Architecture) Review, Summer pages

Architectural Design Magazine vol. 71 issue NO.1, February 2001, ‘Young Blood’.

Projects for the Parliament Square Competition 1984, and the Rosythe Church Competition

1984 included in the feature ‘Site Lines’ Architectural Design Magazine vol. 70, issue NO.3,

June 2000, ‘Contemporary Processes in Architecture’, p112. This article includes a review of my

early work by Neil Spiller.

Premiated student work from the ‘99-’00 diploma unit at the Architectural Association

published in the Student Projects Review of the Korean Magazine ‘Archiworld’. vol. 66, NO. 11,

pp. 105-135, published in Soul, Korea, ISSN-1227-9838

Projects published in ‘The Power of Contemporary Architecture’, see Books, below.

‘Driftworks and Iterations’ anthology of projects to date, see Books, below.


Exhibition design published in the ‘Artefice’ exhibition catalogue, Black Dog Publishing,


Project work published in World Architecture, London, issue No. 52, December, pp88 – 91.

1995 ‘Form to Programme’ theoretical projects, see Books, below.

1994 Exhibition ‘Tabloid’, published in Archetype (July), Blue Print, Building Design.

1993 ‘House for a Standard Georgian Frontage’, published in Liverpool University Symposium

catalogue ‘New European Architecture’.

Outpost exhibition published in The Scotsman, The Glasgow Herald, Vigilant.

Adsite exhibition published in Time Out on three occasions in (October), The Daily Mirror, The

Guardian, The Independent Magazine, Dazed and Confused Magazine, Blueprint, The

Architectural Review.

Ljubljana ‘Warm City’ project published by the DESSA Gallery Ljubljana.

Time Out Billboard Competition submission, published in Time Out.

‘House for a Standard Georgian Frontage’, published in Liverpool University Symposium

catalogue ‘New European Architecture’.

Symposium contribution published in March-April issue of A.D. “Free Space”.

Glasgow Herald, The Guardian, Artscribe.

1992 BARBIE-tecture exhibition review published in Building Design.

1990 Environmental sculpture for the TSWA ‘Four Cities Project’, published in, The Scotsman, The

1988 Housing typology studies published by 50328 through Southbank Polytechnic, London.

1987 Rosyth Church Competition entry published in RIBA Journal, (July) Architectural Review,

1985 Project for Eight Houses on Fire Island, New York, published in Building Design, (Sept. 20th.).

• Frankfurt Messe published in Architectural Review (March).

1980 Housing (35) units Lutzoplaz, Berlin for O.M.Ungers- Published in I.A.U.S. Catalogue No.6.

Barbour/B.D., ‘le Corbusier’ competition. Published in Building Design, (Oct. 9th.)


Elsom Pack and Roberts ideas competition for the redevelopment of Parliament Square.

Published in Building Design, (Oct. 12th.)

Drawings included in the R.I.B.A.’s 40 UNDER 40 exhibition catalogue.

Drawings undertaken for O.M.Ungers exhibited at the Venice Biennale.

Frankfurt Messe Competition, winning entry- Published in Lotus Documents No. 10.

Publications Broadcasts

1997 Interviewed by Radio B92 Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro independent radio station on the

Interviewed by Television Studio B Belgrade, local independent television station concerning the future of a

1996 ‘Berlin, the new Capital of Europe’, for Viewpoint ; B.B.C.World. Broadcast on Nov. 22nd.

1995 Interviewed by Slovak National Radio, concerning the R.I.B.A. visit to the Technical University

1994 Interviewed by Maxwell Hutchinson, Radio London concerning urban issues in the capital.

1993 Interviewed by Max Hutchinson, Radio London, concerning the Whitechapel Gallery

nature of the workshop ‘Field Space‘, and the projected redevelopment of the Sava River

frontage, Belgrade.

possible urban expansion of Belgrade across the Sava river.

Interview for European Business News, ‘A new Approach to Sarajevo’.

Interview for the B.B.C. Radio Four concerning the relevance of Banister Fletcher for

contemporary architectural studies.

Interview for European Business News, ‘Aspects of the new Berlin’.



1990 Interview on Kaleidoscope, BBC Radio Four concerning the Environmental

sculpture, executed for TSWA ‘Four Cities Project’.



2013 Meta Modernism, exhibition of architectural works at the University of Central Lancashire.

2011 TEN PLUS ONE, exhibition of architectural drawings, Gopher Hole, London.

1999-2006 Architectural Association. Projects review contributor to the annual exhibition.

1997: ‘Mare Balticum’, Regional proposal for the Berlin Rostock Stettin triangle, exhibited in the


1996 ‘Towards Construction ’, Exhibition of current work of the Berlin Practice. Grimmstrasse,

1995 ‘Sculpture Garden’. Installation of proposals for four artists studios and a sculpture garden

1994 Museum of the Moving Image. Premeated competition submission exhibited at the RIBA,

1993 ‘Bronze Adonis’. Final Diploma Show, Bartlett School of Architecture, Gordon Street, London

1992 ‘Grey Mantovani’. Installation of architectural works, Polytechnic of Central London,

Ucca Saal, Rathaus Torgelow, North Germany.

‘Landscape Urbanism’, Urban housing projects originally exhibited at the University of Illinois

at Chicago and then at various venues in the United States.

‘Sarajevo Travelling Exhibition’, The finished urban proposal from the ‘Visions for Sarajevo’

workshop, formed part of a group travelling exhibition showing in seven countries around the


‘Artefice’, Exhibition at the Architecture Foundation London.


‘Ikonen des Alltags’. Analyse der familie mit architektonischen folgen; Ein Austellung mit

Jürgen Dahlmanns, Simone Schultz und Anka Böhning, Milchhof Berlin.

‘Work in Progress’. Exhibition of local cluster housing project for 120 units,

Kirchheimbolanden, Donnersberg, South Germany.

‘Aspects of Contemporary Urbanism’. Installation of current work of the

Haupstudium,Oranienbergerstraße, Berlin.

Lewisham Library, London.

Portland Place, London, and University College London.

‘Tabloid’. An exhibition of architectural works, Spitalfields Market, Spitalfields, London.

‘Adsite’. Exhibition of 200 art works distributed around the centre of London.

‘Outpost’. Exhibition of 100 artists at the 1994 Edinburgh festival, Edinburgh, Scotland.

‘Green Daze’. Final Diploma Show, Marylebone Road, London.

‘Experimentation in Architecture’. Installation of architectural works. Whitelies shopping

Mall, London.

‘Surface II ‘. Installation of architectural works, Paul Smith’s Gallery, Covent Garden, London.

‘In the Garage’, Installation of architectural works, Bartlett School of Architecture, Gordon

Street, London.

Marylebone Road, London.

‘Handgepäck’. Exhibition of work from the H.D.K., Berlin.

R.I.B.A. Silver Medal Exhibition. Royal Institute of British Architects, Portland Place, London.

‘Thin’. Installation of architectural works, H.D.K., Berlin.

‘NICE’. Installation of architectural works, Foyer of Bartlett School of Architecture, Gordon

Street, London.

‘BARBIE-tecture’. Installation at Rivington Street Warehouse, Rivington Street, London.

1991 ‘Ein Wagen, Ein Fleisch, Ein Geld’. Installation of architectural works, Haus Lemke,

1990 ‘Four Cities Project’. Environmental Sculpture, Caledonian Road, Glasgow. Work exhibited

1989 ‘De-Signing’. Installation at the Metro Cinema, Piccadilly, London.

Oberseestraße 60, Berlin.

as part of ‘Glasgow City of Culture’ European city of culture.

‘Mapping’. Installation of architectural works at Polytechnic of Central London, Final Diploma

Show, Marylebone Road, London.

‘AUTO-Merz; AUTO-DADA’. Installation at Southbank Polytechnic, Wandsworth Road, London.

1988 ‘The Cut’. Installation at Warehouse show, Birmingham.

1987 ‘The Shed Show’. Installation of architectural works, Railway Shed, Finsbury Park, London.

1986 ‘Building a Better Britain’. Islington Design Centre, Islington, London.

1885 ‘The Post Nuclear Show’. Installation of architectural works, Slaughterhouse Gallery,

Smithfield Market, London.

‘Aspects of Cultural Sclerosis’. Installation of architectural works, 15 Gallery, 15 Bury Walk

Chelsea, London.

40 Under 40. Rosyth Church competition entry exhibited at the RIBA, Portland Place London.

1981 Limehouse Basin. Master plan for social Housing, Brighton Polytechnic.

• Venice Biennale. Drawings undertaken for O.M.Ungers exhibited at the Venice Biennale.

1979 Sculptural Architectures. Installation of architectural works, Dome Gallery, Cornell University,

Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.

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