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About Richard Rose-Casemore

Richard Rose-Casemore

Richard Rose-Casemore is a practitioner and an academic. Having worked for some of the leading practices in the UK, he co-founded Design Engine Architects in 2000, and enjoys working in all sectors and at all scales, from masterplanning to interior design, with architecture at the centre. He has been the recipient of numerous national and international awards during 25 years of practice, and received the Stephen Lawrence Prize for his own house. Richard has travelled widely in his teaching and practice, and worked in South Africa for a year as an undergraduate. He has a particular passion for teaching and led a Masters studio at Oxford Brookes University School of Architecture between 1995 and 2010. He continues to act as a visiting critic and external examiner at various UK Schools. Richard is currently a Fellow of Royal Society of Arts, a Fellow of Oxford Brookes University, an Academician of Urbanism, a Member of the Chartered Society of Designers, and sits on the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Validation Board. He was a CABE Representative for five years and now chairs or sits on various Design Review Panels and the Higher Education Design Quality Forum (HEDQF).


Recent Posts by Richard Rose-Casemore:
THE STIRLING PRIZE A look at how the 'Oscars of Architecture' actually works

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Blueprint for the modern embassy The British Embassy in Sana’a, Yemen

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Cardboard Architecture Rebuilding a cathedral with natural resources

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Architecture without architects On Scandinavian design influences and how our surroundings affect us

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How does it make you feel? On architecture, space and affective experience

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Architecture on the small screen Reflecting on the evolution of Grand Designs

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Designing for humans An architect's duty

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Fields of least resistance Richard Rose-Casemore considers the pros and cons of building on greenfield sites

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On design awards Richard Rose-Casemore considers trophies, design narratives and the merits of architecture prizes

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