TS&JT Architecture & Design

Teaching Overview

Both partners teach a postgraduate design unit at Kingston School of Architecture, and on the Engelsberg Summer School in Classical Architecture in Sweden. These academic environments provide opportunities for reflection and intellectual rigour, which in turn informs our practice. In 2021 they won the RIBA Traditional Architecture Groups Achievement Award in recognition of their teaching work.

They taught the William H. Harrison visiting design studio at the University of Miami School of Architecture Spring 2021.

Timothy combines his role in the practice with that of Course Director of the MArch (RIBA 2) Architecture course at Kingston.

The partners have been guest critics at University of Notre Dame, USA, University of Miami, USA, Yale School of Architecture, USA, Cambridge University, Edinburgh College of Art, TU Munich and ETH Zürich. Timothy has previously taught at London Metropolitan University and Jonathan at Edinburgh College of Art.

Studio 2.4 10/11

A Building on a Street

This year Studio 2.4 will look at the design of a building on a street. This will by its nature entail the detailed design of a principal façade. Initially we will use relief as a means of studying scale and proportion. Facades will be thought of as the decorous boundary of the three-dimensional space of the street, rather like the design of an interior room.

The main project will look carefully at the relationship between interior rooms and the street in the development of a public building. This will be driven by architectural intuition rather than programmatic concerns. That is to say that the feeling of space and material will take precedence over room schedules and data.

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