Portsmouth School of Architecture (ARCH)
Mr Tod Wakefield
Part Time Lecturer
|BA (Hons) (Kingston)||Dip. Arch (Kingston)||Part 3 Professional Practice (Polytechnic of Central London)||Registered Architect|
I became Head of the Portsmouth School of Architecture in 2001, having worked as a practitioner in London for 20 years. My research interests include New Settlement and Urban Housing and Architectural Education and the 'virtual studio'. I currently serve on the management groups of the Creative Urban Regeneration unit (CURe) and the Project Office of the School of Architecture here at Portsmouth.
I continue to enjoy studio teaching and lecturing in the areas of representation and the history of modern architecture and have recently led student study trips to Lisbon, Oporto and Helsinki.
Mesher, L. & Wakefield, T. (2005). The virtual studio. At CEBE Studio Culture III: The Inclusive Studio. London: RCA.
Blott, D. & Wakefield, T. (2004 ). The shift: a tale of two systems. At CEBE Studio Culture II: Touching the Real. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh.
Wakefield, T. (2000). Part-time teaching. At The architect and the academy. Cardiff: University of Cardiff.
Blott, D. & Wakefield, T. (1988). Urban housing domestic landscapes. At European network for housing research. Cardiff: University of Cardiff.
Member, Standing Conference for Heads of Schools of Architecture (SCHOSA).
Board Member, Solent Centre for Architecture and Design (SCA+D).
Advisory Board Member, Urban Renaissance Institute (URi).