Senior Lecturer – Undergraduate Design Studio Tutor
Tim Gough is an architect in private practice in London, and is Senior Lecturer at Kingston University School of Architecture. He leads the third year Design Studio 2 at Kingston University School of Architecture and Landscape, teaching with Takeshi Hayatsu, and lectures and writes on the history and theory of architecture. Tim Gough is partner in Robertson Gough, an artist-architect collaborative based in London, working on large and small scale architectural projects and competitions. Published papers include Cura, an essay in Curating Architecture and the City (2009); Let us Take Architecture (publication and symposium at the Wordsworth Trust with artist Lucy Gunning, May 2007); Non-origin of Species – Deleuze, Derrida, Darwin, essay in the journal Culture and Organisation, Issue 4 December 2006; and Defiguration of space, an essay in Figuration-Defiguration, edited by Atsuko Onuki and Thomas Pekar, published by Iudicum Verlag, Munich (Germany) 2006.