Diony Kypraiou is a Senior Lecturer, architect, and researcher. Her work explores practices of polyvocalism, performativity, and, analogies staged across theatre, psychoanalysis, interiors, and architecture. She is a member of the Interior Educators network and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, UK.Read More...
Ro Spankie is Assistant Head of School and Subject Lead for Interior Architecture. Fascinated by the role of the drawing in the design process she has exhibited, and published work related to the interior both in the UK and Abroad. She is the Convenor of the Architecture + Cities Climate Action Task Force.Read More...
Allan Sylvester is Visiting Lecturer, a practicing architect, and founding partner of Ullmayer Sylvester Architects, a design-led, and multidisciplinary collaborative practice.Read More...
Dusan Decermic is an experienced educator, with extensive knowledge in practice and academia. His academic career covers Professional Practice, Master level Architecture and Interiors. Roles covered course/module leadership, studio tuition, personal tutoring, and lectureship. He is a member of RIBA and ARB, and currently teaches in MA Architecture, MA and BA Interior Architecture, and RIBA Part III courses.Read More...
Adam Phillips (Gensler)
Aaron Perry (Kennedy Woods)
Laura Aylen (Hassell Studio)
Anoushka Pacquette (WILL+Partners)
Tatiana Akhmetova (Anoushka Hempel Limited)
Jake Parkin (UoW)
Jonathon Anderson (Toronto Metropolitan)
David Littlefield (UoW)
Conor Clarke (UoW)
Anastasia Tsamitrou (Pilbrow&Partners
Nylda Hamchaoui (UoW)
Jack Hoe (Studio Sutton)
Roman Pardon (Pardon Chamber Architects
Abdi Ai (Ruimte Design)
Charlotte McCarthy (Heatherwick Studio), Mijail Gutierrez (Perkins + Will), Sergio Cavadas (TP Bennetts), Alicia Tkacz (Stufish), Catarina Kohut (Jonathan Tuckey Design), Roman Pardon (Pardon Chamber Architects), Inan Gokcek (Studio Anares), Ullmayer Sylvester Architects, Catherine Phillips (UoW), Omar Ghazal (Studio Ghazal), John Scott (Drawing Board), Nina Musgrave (Nina & Co), WeNetwork (UoW)Read More...
This year’s Spatial Narratives, driven by the global climatic dis-course, challenged students to think about design as a pro-moter of climate awareness and enabler for climate action. Prompted by a fictional collective of Sci-Formers (Scientists + Performers) who collaborate to scientifically challenge wasteful practice and raise awareness through art, students speculated on novel typologies and hybrid environments emerging from the study of scientific laboratories and performance spaces. Term I concluded with innovative proposals to transform the London Canal Museum into a prototype Cli-Lab, as a spatial manifesto towards a more sustainable London. Following the successful paradigm from the last two years, the Co-Production Workshop held with medical students from Im-perial College provided guidance from practitioners, clinicians, experts, and patient advocates for our group to consider how design affects our health and propose small-scale healthcare interventions in the public realm. The Thesis Project, in term II, is the main pursuit for Year 3 students. Each student identifies a host building and devises a programme based on analysis and personal design interests. Ideas are explored through an array of techniques that include material research/testing and immersive technologies. The diversity of schemes and depth of speculation is indicated by a sampling of project descriptions and locations: ‘The Comfort Food Project: Transforming the disused Stamford Hill Bus Garage intRead More...