Miss Nana Biamah-Ofosu


Having studied architecture at Kingston School of Art for my bachelor and masters degrees, I currently teach a second year undergraduate studio which I combine with working in practice in London. My undergraduate dissertation on urban housing in London was awarded the School of Architecture's Howard Martin prize for for the most original and well researched undergraduate dissertation and my masters project, ‘Place and Origin' which investigated London's edge conditions was nominated for the RIBA Silver Medal as well as being featured in the architectural press. My work has also been published and exhibited internationally, as a finalist for the Berkeley Prize for Undergraduate Architectural Design Excellence in 2014 and as part of ‘Forum da Malagueira' in Evora, Portugal in 2015. I continue to pursue my interests in exploring the relationship between buildings, landscape and cities through practice and teaching.

Academic responsibilities



  • Master of Architecture with Distinction (RIBA Part II)
  • BA (Hons) Architecture (RIBA Part I)

Teaching and learning

Undergraduate courses taught