Frank O'Sullivan is the course leader for the MA in Interior Design where he teaches studio and co-ordinates Masterwork research projects.
He has worked as an architect for leading practices both in London and Sydney, Australia and, at Brighton, has organised international educational exchanges.
Frank O'Sullivan has a BA (Arch) from the Polytechnic of Central London, and Postgraduate Diploma in Architecture from South Bank University. He has worked for leading architectural practices both in London and Sydney, Australia.
In 1991 O'Sullivan undertook a short period of collaborative work with Katherine Shonfield working mainly on architectural competitions and conceptual projects, culminating with the opening of a project/installation in Spitalfields London entitled Purity and Tolerance.
O'Sullivan began his teaching career at Kingston University 1st year Architecture subsequently running a postgraduate design studio. In conjunction with the PG dip studio at Kingston he set up and became co-director of 'One Off Constructions', an Architectural design and construction company.
Currently O'Sullivan is the course leader at the University of Brighton for the Interior Design MA where he teaches studio and co-ordinates Masterwork research projects.
Over the past two years the MA ID course has been developing links and exchanges with design departments at 2 universities in China: Beijing University and Tsing Hua University (Beijing). He was invited to be a visiting professor at the Academy of Arts and Design, Tsinghua University in 2009 and work with these establishments has included lectures, studio teaching, student seminars and discussions about possible future projects.