Richard Patterson graduated from the University of California in 1967 (AB), and subsequently studied architecture at Cambridge University (MA Cantab) and the Architectural Association (AADipl). He studied at Princeton University 1976-1979 (MA) and was awarded a PhD by the University of Brighton in 2008. He qualified for the UK Register of Architects in 1980, setting up his practice in 1991.
His design work has focused on commercial projects in the City of London, London embassy properties, and scientific facilities. He has lectured widely on topics in architecture and architectural theory in America, Germany, and the United Kingdom, including keynote presentations at the Royal Institute of British Architects and the Royal Academy.
He has led O/S projects for the FCO and taught at Princeton University, Kingston University, De Montfort University, University of Brighton, Arts University Bournemouth and Ravensbourne University London. He was formerly a Specialist Adviser to the Architects Registration Board and Secretary of SCHOSA. He is a member of the Worshipful Company of Scientific Instrument Makers.
Dr. Richard William Patterson PhD, AA Dipl, MA (Cantab), Architect
Associate senior lecturer
BA (Hons) Architecture/BA (Hons) IDEA
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