Dr Rosa Schiano-Phan appointed to develop new courses in Architecture and Environmental Design
Architecture and Interiors 10 October 2013
Dr Schiano-Phan will be the course leader of the new Architecture and Environmental Design MSc, due to start in September 2014, and will lead proposals for a new Architecture and Environmental Design BSc.
Before joining Westminster, Rosa was Senior Lecturer at the Architectural Association teaching the MSc and MArch in Sustainable Environmental Design. Rosa has a background in consultancy and research in the field of Bioclimatic Architecture and Environmental Design. She is the co-author of The Architecture & Engineering of Downdraught Cooling, published in 2010 and recipient of a commendation by the RIBA President’s Awards for Research in December 2011.
View Rosa’s profile to find out more about her teaching and research interests.
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