About me

  • Professional Member, Royal Institute of British Architects (2001- Present)
  • Registered Architect, Architect’s Registration Board (2001- Present)
  • Chartered Practice Member
  • Royal Institute of British Architects (2009- 2012)
  • RIBA Validation Panel Member (2007-2011)

I have worked in architecture as an employee, a freelancer, a partner, a company director and now as a sole practitioner http://www.scottbattyarchitect.com/

 

Teaching

I have been involved in teaching architecture since 2005.

I interview A-level students applying for a university place to study architecture, Part 3 students in their final ever step within architectural education and have taught at all stages in between.

In architectural practice I have worked as an employee, a sole practitioner, a partner, a director and now a sole practitioner once again; successfully combining practice with building, teaching and academic research.

I believe Architecture is a learning profession and I teach to learn too.

  • The School of Architecture and Built Environment, University of Westminster (2007-present)
  • Year 2 Degree Technical Module leader
  • Across the School, Technical Tutor
  • Part 3 Professional Studies Tutor, Examiner
  • Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London through years 1-3 (2007-2016)

https://learning.westminster.ac.uk/webapps/portfolio/viewer/dabbbec3f0a14e2cb1feab86c71b1ce7/content/Portfolio__34113_1_Account_of_Professional_Practice.html

Research

I worked as a project architect for leading London practice (AHMM) before establishing and running my own office (HÛT) for 10 years.

I currently combine architectural projects as a sole practitioner with teaching.

My current research addresses the changing role of the architect and the role of the construction drawing as a means of communicating with builders.

Publications

For details of all my research outputs, visit my WestminsterResearch profile.