Mrs Tina Wallbridge
I am an architect, artist and part-time Senior Lecturer.
Previously, I tutored at Cambridge University and the Welsh School of Architecture, Cardiff alongside practising architecture at Hampshire County Architects Department in Winchester, and at Allies and Morrison and Colquhoun and Miller, Architects in London.
I studied at Sheffield University, BA (Hons) first class and at the Royal College of Art in London, MA (RCA), I qualified (RIBA part 3) and was elected to corporate membership of the Royal Institute of British Architects on 31 January 1990. In February 2010 I also became a fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
My research interests include examining how an understanding of attributes of ‘place’ can inform Architecture, Art and Design Education, Identity and Practice. Exposing narratives and collective memory through making and cartographic transaction in order to articulate identity in place and inform contemporary place-based design that resonates. Working in collaborative practice with local stakeholders and exhibiting in the public realm.
Working mainly to commission, my paintings are in both public and private ownership