Bea Gomes-Martin

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Bea Martin is a qualified British architect, writer and artist, and a Senior Lecturer in Architecture and Architecture Technology in the Department of Architecture and 3D Design at the University of Huddersfield. Prior joining the University of Huddersfield, Bea Martin taught on the BArch programme at Birmingham City University and University of California at Berkeley.

As a practitioner, her technical and design experience in office, spans over fifteen years, working for a variety of architectural practices in London, such as Richard Rogers and Partners. She is also the founder of Archilibs, an experimental design lab exploring the visual construct in architecture. In her role as a visual theorist, the focus is on a conceptual investigation, digital and analogue, of the apparatus of drawing, the challenging boundary of drawing as a work of art, research that is both architectural and artistic but never an end in itself. Archilibs questions and reiterates the mission of drawing through continuous research, intense interrogation, and devotion to craft.

Her priority, as an educator, is to teach students to work together whilst cherishing their individuality. Teaching in a framework that encapsulates ‘one and the many’, nurturing future designers and architects to think about architecture as a discipline of spatial and social inquiry, not just about ‘making a building.’ To become inventors, to commit to their work, and research in general. To believe in what they do, but always allowing outside conversations to shape their work.


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