Tilo Amhoff is an architectural historian with interests in architecture and modernity, particularly in the effects of economic development. He studied architecture at the Bauhaus-University in Weimar, the University of Applied Arts Vienna, and Virginia Tech University.
Samer Bagaeen is an academic practitioner with a strong track-record of working with local communities and communities of practice. He is a member of the Place Alliance’s Core Supporters Group. He has served on the Town and Country Planning Association’s Policy Council since 2010 and in 2015, was elected to its Board of Trustees and to the Royal Town Planning Institute’s Board of Trustees.
Architect Duncan Baker-Brown is an expert in sustainable development in the construction industry. His Waste House project developed from work for Channel 4's Grand Designs L, seeks a practice that strives to be environmentally benign. His teaching focusses on live projects as pedagogical tools. In 2017 he published a book, 'The Re-Use Atlas: a designers guide towards the circular economy'.
Katy Beinart's current practice and research explores links between material culture, mobility and place, particularly looking at how migrant memory can be made visible in processes of urban change. Her practice has evolved to combine participatory and archival research processes with installation and site-based works.
Dean of the College of Arts and Humanities with a background in architecture, Anne Boddington's research and pedagogic interests cover architecture, design, cultural geography, museum learning and learning spaces. She sits on many prestigious boards and committees and has led numerous successful projects and funding bids.
Kate Cheyne leads the Academic Programme for Architecture. Having worked in various practices in London, Israel and Sri Lanka, Kate Cheyne jointly set up London based, award-winning practice, Architects In Residence, which fosters developments of tailor-made architecture wining a number of competitions and contracts.
Co-founder of the research based practice, Brooklyn Architects Collective, Luis Diaz' research is in the interrelationship between spatial practices and spatial forms, peripheral urban space, public and social housing, and political and ideological aspects of space and form.
Charles Holland is an Adjunct Professor of Architecture at the University of Brighton and a director and co-founder of Ordinary Architecture, a London-based architecture and design practice.His practice is multi-disciplinary and includes architecture, art and design, while his teaching focuses on the relationship of planning, legislation and political policy to architecture and urban design.
Michael Howe comes to academia from Architectural practice, were he has nearly 20 years experience, working for highly regarded Architectural Practices such as Zaha Hadid Architects, Patel Taylor Architects, Matthew Lloyd Architects.Michael has taught full-time in the Architecture department at Brighton since 2010, and part-time since 2008.
Anuschka Kutz is co-founder of OFFSEA, a collaboration engaging in projects between architecture, social critique and art. Her research interests lie in the everyday, architecture and urban space, focusing in particular on how everyday habits and rituals correlate to architectural space.
Glen has contributed to the development of Interior Architecture at Brighton. His work is focused on optical and imaging devices, both celluloid and digital. He is developing cameras that adapt to and allow alternative readings of existing places, allowing representations of time, space and motion.
Terry Meade has a background in architecture, fine art and engineering, all of which contribute to research interests. Research interests include aspects of spatial design particularly in relation to the discipline of interiors, specifically, an investigation about the generation of spatial ideas.
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 organised educational exchanges internationally and has worked for leading architectural practices both in London and Sydney, Australia.
Naomi Salaman works collaboratively with other artists and theorists on projects which aim to investigate an area of debate and theory within the possible and impossible spaces of fine art practice and exhibition. Her visual practice and written texts come together in research and exhibition projects
Sarah is a registered architect, design tutor and full time academic. She previously taught at Oxford Brookes University alongside work in practice, and has acted as an external critic at a number of schools. Experienced as a design tutor at both postgraduate and undergraduate levels, she has also been a design examiner for the RIBA Office Based Exams.
Internationally recognised as an artist working primarily on paper, Emma has a wide exhibition profile and a series of residencies and awards. Drawn to places that put a perspective on the viewer Emma's works include major series based on field trips to Antarctica and her knowledge of Berlin.
Ben is Course Leader for BA(Hons) Architecture. His research, which has been funded by the AHRC and the Andrew W. Mellon foundation, is part of the contemporary resurgence of cybernetics and systems thinking amongst designers, and includes theoretical, historical and creative projects.
Jeffrey P Turko is an American-born architect lecturing in architectural design with a focus on digital creativity. His current research focus is on the primary architectural elements of the buildings envelope and ground condition and is currently co-authoring a title with Michael Hensel entitled “Grounds and Envelopes: Reshaping Architecture and the Built Environment.”
A leading figure in the field of Urban food production, Andre's main research area is sustainable architecture and urban design. He has also led pedagogic research into teaching and learning in design. Much of his research is undertaken collaboratively with colleague Katrin Bohn, and is cross disciplinary, engaging with artists, design and development and the public.
An architect and architectural critic, Alex lectures in both Architectural Humanities and Professional Practice. The intersection of these aspects of architectural education is also a research interest of Alex’s. He also publishes and participates widely in the developing field of architectural/archaeological/anthropological interdisciplinarities, especially as these relate to design and drawing.