Portsmouth School of Architecture (ARCH)
Professor Lorraine Farrelly
Professor of Architecture and Design, Deputy Head of School
|BA (Hons> (Portsmouth)||Dip. Arch. (Portsmouth)||RIBA FRSA Architect|
I joined Portsmouth in 1995 and teach architecture, interior and urban design. My research interests include a multi-disciplinary approach to architecture at various scales, through understanding ideas of interior detail to urban concepts. I have a postgraduate urban design studio, which has made mixed use and housing proposals for European sites in Dublin, Paris, Amsterdam, Vienna, Venice, Rotterdam, London, Dublin and this year Segovia in Spain. As a qualified 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. Over the past three years I have been working with the BFL Building for Life awards with CABE to judge and assess housing across the South of England.
Books [Back to top]
Farrelly, L., Mitchell, B. & Brown, R. (In preparation). The interior and material. London: Laurence King Publishers. ISBN 978 185669 759 0.
I am also engaged in an Icelandic Arts Council-funded project to collaboratively investigate the relationship between design and gender, and currently have an application in with JISC to investigate e-learning environments, engaging with professional practice environments.
Books [Back to top]
Farrelly, L. 2008. Basics architecture: construction and materiality. Lausanne: Ava Publishers. ISBN 978-2940373833.
Farrelly, L. 2007. Basics architecture: representational techniques. Lausanne: Ava Publishers. ISBN 978-2-940373-62-8.
Farrelly, L. 2007. The fundamentals of architecture. Lausanne: Ava Publishers. ISBN 978-2-940373-48-2
Farrelly, L. 2002. Bar and restaurant interior structures. Chichester: Wiley. ISBN 978-0471489535
Conference Papers [Back to top]
Farrelly , L. 2010. 'New Priorities, new competences in architectural education'. Paper and presentation at the European Network of Heads of School of Architecture, September, Chania Crete.
Farrelly , L. 2010. 'How Schools of architecture are engaging in a regional Agenda'. Paper and presentation at The Lighthouse Glasgow: CEBE funded Special Interest Group, April.
Farrelly , L. 2010. 'Masters Design Education in the UK'. Invited Speaker at the Cirrus Design educators network, Iceland, academy of Arts, January.
Farrelly , L. 2009. 'Walpole Luxury eBusiness Forum 2009' Invited speaker at Royal Automobile Club London, October.
Farrelly , L.; Lemes de Oliveira, F. 2009. 'The Regeneration of a naval city : Portsmouth'. In: Proceedings of the UPE8 European conference in Urban Design. Kaiserlsautern, University Germany, March.
Farrelly , L.; Mitchell, B. 2008. 'Interior Room, Urban Room'. Presentation and peer reviewed paper at the Interiors forum Scotland, Royal College of Art Edinburgh, August.
Farrelly , L.; 2007. 'A collaborative practice between university and practice'. In: Proceedings of the International conference on architectural education. Beijing, September.
Farrelly , L. 2007. ‘Translation and representation of interior space’. In: Proceeding of the Interiors Forum Scotland : Thinking inside the Box. Glasgow, February.
Farrelly , L. 2006. Invitation to present a paper and contribute to “ The challenge of Bologna European Architecture Education Framework 3 + 2 ‘Conference in Aachen at RWTH UniversityOctober
Farrelly , L. & Blott, D. 2005. Urban housing in the UK and the European city. In F. Claessens and L. Van Duin (Eds.). The European city: architectural interventions and urban transformations. Transactions on architectural education vol. 25 (pp. 154-160). Delft: Delft University Press.
Farrelly , L. Zambelli A. 2005 ‘Fictional Cities’ Presentation at UIA International Conference on the City Istanbul Turkey: ‘Fictional Cities’ XXII World Congress of Architecture/ uia/ Page 106 – 107 – Fictional Cities: Venice
Farrelly, L. 2004. Research and integration with public bodies. In B. Grimes (Ed.), Between research and practice. Transactions on architectural education vol. 23 (pp. 00-00). Dublin: School of Architecture/EAAE.
Farrelly , L. & Blott, D. 2004. Description of urban design course. In C. Spiridonidis (Ed.), Monitoring urban design education in European schools of architecture. Transactions on architectural education vol. 20 (pp. 75-86). Leuven: European Association for Architectural Education.
Farrelly, L (2004) ‘Reconnecting the city’ The European City Architectural Interventions and Urban Transformations/ Publicatieburo Bouwkunde, Delft University of Technology/ISBN 90-5269-322-6.
Professional Memberships [Back to top]
Member, SE Regional Design Panel
Fellow, Royal Society of Arts
Member, RIBA visiting validation panel for Schools of Architecture
Member, EAAE European Educators Research forum
Member, ENSHA European Network of Schools of Architecture
Membership Professional Panels International [Back to top]
April 2010. National Academy for the Integration of Research, Teaching and Learning (NAIRTL) Annual Conference Proceedings, entitled Research & Teaching Linkages: Practice and Policy Invited referee for academic papers
February 2010. Member of the EAAE ( European Architectural Educators Association ) research strategy group member of the research panel
February 2010. School of Design, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia invited referee of academic papers
October 2009. Invited referee for papers for international conference: Interior Spaces in Other Place : IDEA (Interior Design/Interior Architecture Educators Association) Melbourne Australia Symposium 3-5 February
Sept 2008-2010. Assessor on Building for Life housing awards UK across the South of England for CABE Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment
2005- current. Selected member for the South East regional Design Review Panel advising on strategic development and design
Solent Design Awards – Judge for the regional prize of best ‘urban place ‘2010
Esteem Indicators [Back to top]
Member of the editorial board of a new international journal for built environment professionals, Building
Member of the Journal and Scientific Committee for the AASA conference in Melbourne Australia September 2011