AA Dip RIBA ARB
Founded Tony Fretton Architects in 1982. After graduating
from the Architectural Association School of Architecture
he worked at Arup Associates. As well as being the Principal
Designer of all projects, he is active in the discourse on
design through lectures, seminars and writing.
Teaching posts include Unit Master at the Architectural Association,
School in London from 1988-1992, Visiting Professor at the
Berlage Institute Amsterdam and the Ecole Polytechnique Federale
de Lausanne in 1994-96. Since 1999 he has been Professor of
Architectural Design and Interiors at the TU Delft the Netherlands.
He taught a semester at the Graduate School of Design, Harvard,
Cambridge MA, USA in Spring 2005 and was visiting Professor
at ETH Zurich 2011-2012. From 2013 he will be visiting professor at the University of East London, advising on academc and research structure.
BArch (Hons) Dip Arch (Cantab) RIBA ARB
After graduating from Cambridge University in 1994 he worked
for Birmingham City Architects Department on a programme of
urban renewal and for other practices on housing projects,
workshops and display spaces in London. He was project architect
of the Red House in Chelsea and the Quay Arts Centre, Isle
of Wight before being appointed Principal
He has been a Studio Tutor at the University of Cambridge
and has also taught at the Architectural Association School
of Architecture London and the University of Sheffield
BA (Hons) Dip Arch (UCL) ARB
Degree in Architecture from Manchester University Department of Architecture in 1993
Diploma in Architecture from Bartlett School University College London 1996
He runs a final year degree studio at Kingston University with Michael Lee.
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