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Thursday, February 25, 2010

2010 Ray Gough Lecture Series

Andrew Milligan is the Programme Director for Interior and Environmental Design at the University of Dundee’s Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design. He has worked for NRS Architects, Jenkins & Marr Architects, and held a commercial post with the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland. A Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, and a member of UK wide Interior Educators group, he has taught in design institutions in Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Glasgow, and at Duncan of Jordanstone. He initiated the IFS Interiors Forum Scotland, and organised two international conferences: Thinking inside the Box(2007), and Interior Tools Interior Tactics(2008). He is co-editor of 'Thinking Inside the Box: An Interior Design Theory Reader' (2008), and has published journal papers with Co-Design, and IDEA Interior Architecture Education Association.


He is currently producing a new IFS publication. He led interdisciplinary activities between 2004/08 in Dundee, and workshops between Architecture and Interiors since 2005. He contributed to the blended learning Pg Contemporary Contextual Practice. His research includes: Big Brother, Occupations, Brighton (2009); Drawing Sounds at the EPDE conference Barcelona (2008); Reasons for Being at IDEC (2008); CEBE Centre for Education in the Built Environment funded case study (2007); Spatial Narratives at the Narratives conference, Loughborough (2007); Drawing & Intermediality, Groningen (2008); DeCon ReCon, Educating Designers in a Global Context , Salzburg (2006), and is interested in the relationship between digital technologies, space and domesticity. He is external examiner at Liverpool John Moore’s, and has been an external at Domus Academy, Milan; University of Westminster; University of Lincoln 2005-09; Forth Valley College, 2005-09; and participated in the Interactive Design Institute 2008. Andy won an Innovative Teaching Award in 2009.