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Graeme Hutton is Professor of Architecture and Associate Dean of Learning and Teaching at the University of Dundee. He is an architect who has been engaged in practice and education for over twenty years. Working with Dundee’s LJR+H Chartered Architects, his designs have been widely exhibited including at the Venice Architecture Biennale, Royal Scottish Academy and Royal Academy. ‘Drummond House – The Shed’ has won numerous architectural awards, including a 2009 RIBA Award, DiA & Scottish Design Award. It has been published internationally in the professional and popular press including The New York Times. The RIAS & Scottish Design Award winning ‘Zinc-House’ was selected as one of the RIBA/Grand Designs ‘Britain's Best Houses 2016’ and has was filmed by Channel 4. He was recently made an academician of The Royal Scottish Academy of Art & Architecture.
As a teacher of a Masters Unit he continues to use the City of Dundee as a context to explore the potential of architecture as an agent of social and cultural transformation.
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Graeme Hutton is a Professor of Architecture. His scholarship is concerned with the spatial, formal and material grammar of architecture, and the serial development of types. He works at the scale of the dwelling and the city through practice-based design scholarship and by leading a Masters Urban Design studio exploring research questions in relation to adaptive urban grammar.
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Areas of expertise
- Architecture and urban planning
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