Harry Foley is Course Leader for the Ba (Hons) Interior Architecture and Design programme in the School of Architecture Design and the Built Environment.
Harry is an RIBA accredited architectural designer with years of experience as a practitioner in New York, Beijing and London. This part of his career culminated with a role as a designer on the Royal Opera House ‘Open Up’ scheme for Sterling Prize winning practice, Stanton Williams. The completed project received numerous RIBA awards and was shortlisted as a Finalist for a World Building of the Year award at the 2019 World Architecture Festival in Amsterdam.
Since leaving architectural practice, Harry has received his Master’s degree in Architectural History from The Bartlett, University College London in 2019 and has taught at a number of higher education institutions. He is now Course Leader for the Ba (Hons) Interior Architecture and Design programme at Nottingham Trent University and is also completing his PhD in Architectural and Urban History and Theory at The Bartlett, University College London.
PhD, The Bartlett, University College London
Things in Fields and Other Spaces: Architectural Histories of the Car Boot Sale, 1980 to 2020