Mr Tod Wakefield
Following an architectural education at Kingston University and Part 3 at Westminster Universities, I worked as a Practitioner in London for 20 years whilst engaged as a part-time lecturer at Kingston University.
From 1981 to 1997 I was sole principal of Tod Wakefield Architects, a London based practice engaged in one off houses, social housing and special needs projects.
I taught at the Portsmouth School of Architecture from 1995 and became Head of in 2001. I stood down as Head in 2012 and am enjoying reverting to Principal Lecturer.
I have recently worked with the School of Architecture Project Office and I am currently part supervisor of a KTP with local industry.
My research interests include Housing, Pedagogy and the ‘Virtual’ studio.