Lorraine Farrelly BA(Hons) Dip Arch RIBA FRSA
Professor of Architecture and Design, Deputy Head of School, Portsmouth School of Architecture
Lorraine is Principal Lecturer and Deputy Head of the School of Architecture at the University of Portsmouth and teaches architecture, interior and urban design. Lorraine’s specialist lecture areas are representation and freehand drawing. Research interests are in the area of urban regeneration with conference presentations and papers published internationally. Lorraine has a postgraduate urban design studio, which has made mixed use and housing proposals for European sites in Dublin, Paris, Amsterdam, Vienna, Venice, Rotterdam and London.
Lorraine is an examiner and tutor at British and European Universities including Westminster University, Strathclyde University, Liverpool John Moores University, Manchester University, Oslo Academy of Arts and Iceland Academy of Arts. She is a member of the RIBA visiting validation panel for Schools of Architecture, the EAAE European Educators forum and the ENSHA European Network of Schools of Architecture. Particular interests include a multi-disciplinary approach to architecture at various scales, through understanding ideas of interior detail to urban concepts.