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Biography

Current Position Subject leader for Architecture
Joined the University in 1998 as half time senior Lecturer

1999-2000
Worked for Hodder Associates. Architect’s based in Manchester

2000-2004
Full time senior Lecturer in Architecture. Joint Course Leader for undergraduate course. First Year Tutor for all design modules and second year Architecture Studio and History and Theory Module Leader. Responsible for administration of First year and general pastoral care of all undergraduate students.

2000-2003
Partner in practice Bareham Meddings Architects based in Leeds.

2004-date
Principal Lecturer, Subject Area Leader for Architecture responsible for course development, academic management, subject delivery, etc.

Primary area of research interest is Teaching and Learning Architecture

Key achievements primarily in teaching and learning architecture, Architecture course development at parts 1, 2 and 3, Architectural technology course development Sustainable Architecture course development.

Research Expertise and Interests

  • Architectural Education
  • Processes of learning architecture, mentoring and studio culture, professional development.

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Research Output 2018 2018

  • 1 Conference contribution

Contradictions in architecture design studios: Reflections on the concepts of design embedded in architectural education

Gomes, D., Tzortzopoulos, P. & Meddings, C. 2 May 2018 (Accepted/In press) Proceedings of the 5th International conference on Architecture and Built Environment S.ARCH 2018. Venice, Italy

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