Ms Justine Langford

About

I am a senior lecturer in architecture teaching predominantly undergraduates. As a practising architect, I focus on the integration of professional issues and processes into studio projects through a course that aims to make the practice of architecture relevant and tangible.

In architectural practice, I have been involved in projects from historic buildings, including the Royal Opera House, to new buildings and masterplanning projects concerned with the sensitive reinterpretation of historic environments, the civic nature of buildings and the contribution that such projects can make to the quality of urban environments.  

My research combines professional and academic interests through community based projects, promoting the reinterpretation of existing built environments as social, equitable, sustainable, people-oriented places. 

I am an ARB registered architect and have taught and critiqued at other schools of architecture in London and Scotland.

Academic responsibilities

Senior Lecturer (part time)

Qualifications

  • Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
  • RIBA Part III, Professional Practice in Architecture
  • RIBA Part II, Post graduate Diploma in Architecture
  • RIBA Part I, BA (Hons) Architecture
  • Foundation Studies in Art and Design

Teaching and learning

Undergraduate courses taught