Frances Holliss is an architect and Emeritus Reader in the Sir John Cass Faculty of Art, Architecture & Design at London Metropolitan University. She completed a doctorate on the architecture of home-based work (‘The workhome… a new building type?’) in 2007, followed by an AHRC-funded Knowledge Transfer Fellowship (Designing the Workhome: from theory to practice) in 2011. Her latest publication is the book ‘Beyond live/work: the architecture of home-based work’, published by Routledge in March 2015. She can be contacted at email@example.com.
Emeritus Reader, Cass Architecture, London Metropolitan University
Reader, Cass Architecture, London Metropolitan University
Senior lecturer, Architecture and Spatial Design, London Metropolitan University
Research fellow, Cities Institute, London Metropolitan University
London Metropolitan University, PhD
The Bartlett, University College London, RIBA Pt III
The Bartlett, University College London, Dip Arch, RIBA Pt II
The Bartlett, University College London, BSc Arch, RIBA Pt I
Beyond live/work: the architecture of home-based work, Routledge (forthcoming)
Space, buildings and the life worlds of home-based workers: Towards better design, Sociological Research Online. [http://www.socresonline.org.uk/17/2/24.html]
Home is where the work is; the case for an urban design revolution, The Conversation 23.07.12. [https://theconversation.edu.au/home-is-where-the-work-is-the-case-for-an-urban-design-revolution-8147]
House with associated office? , 'Round and about Stock Orchard Street'. Ed. S. Wigglesworth, Routledge.
From longhouse to live/work unit: parallel histories and absent narratives , 'Built from Below'. Ed. P. Guillery, Routledge.
Beyond live/work , Planning in London Issue 67
The workhome... a new building type?, London Metropolitan University. PhD.