Peter Wislocki studied architecture at Cambridge University, and holds an MSc in Construction Economics and Management from University College London. Currently practicing as the founder director of iArch, Peter previously worked for architectural practices in London, Paris and Warsaw, and was a director of AukettFitzroyRobinson, RMJM and Capita, managing teams of architects working on major international projects.
Peter’s academic career spans both full-time and part-time teaching at schools of architecture including De Montfort University, the Kent School of Architecture and Planning, Oxford Brookes, Nottingham Trent University, Anglia Ruskin University and Cambridge University. Peter has taught design, design theory, modern architectural history, management, practice and law, at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
As a property developer, Peter has successfully initiated and managed a number of residential and mixed use projects in the UK. Peter has written for numerous professional journals in the UK, Poland and Japan, and was a Contributing Editor of World Architecture. He has also been a Design Review panellist for CABE, a member of the schools Visiting Board of RIBA, and is an ARB Examiner and CSG Panel member.
Building on previous cross-disciplinary research linking the cultural, political, social, commercial and economic aspects of architecture in the built environment, Peter is currently embarking on a doctoral research project looking at the correlation between design quality, broadly fas defined by the Commissioner Architecture and the Built Environment, and the exchange value of real estate assets. Data will be gathered from a range of developers with high aspirations, as wells Peter’s own portfolio of completed and on-going projects.
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