Lorraine Farrelly

Professor of Architecture, University of Reading

I qualified as an architect in 1999. I worked professionally as architect and interior designer in London and in practices across Hampshire. My research interests include a multi-disciplinary approach to architecture at various scales, through understanding ideas of interior detail to urban concepts. I lead the Masters in Architecture Urban design studio, which has made mixed use and housing proposals for European sites in Dublin, Paris, Amsterdam, Vienna, Venice, Rotterdam, London, Dublin and also locally on regional sites. As an architect my own completed projects range from the interior fit-out of bars and restaurants and retail design through to individual house design, school design and public spaces. I have written books across a range of subjects from Representation and drawing, Urban investigation and analysis to Materials and Interior space.

I am Chair of the South Coast Design review advising on strategic masterplanning projects regionally.

Experience

  • –present
    Professor of Architecture, University of Portsmouth

Publications

  • 2014
    Designing and the Third Age, Architectural Design - Wiley
  • 2013
    Fundamentals of Architecture, Bloomsbury
  • 2012
    Materials and the Interior, Laurence King
  • 2011
    Drawing for Urban Design, Laurence King
  • 2009
    Construction and Materiality , Bloomsbury
  • 2008
    Representational techniques, Bloomsbury
  • 2003
    Bar and restaurant Interior Structures, Wiley