Stewart Dodd is an architect and founding director of Satellite Architects. He studied architecture at The Bartlett School of Architecture and is a committed proponent of architectural education and sustainable design. His work exemplifies a determined ambition to participate as a creator in improving and stimulating the built and extended environment through sustainable and sensitive design. His work has been published extensively in books, journals and the architectural press and he has twice been short-listed for the Young Architect of the Year Award.
Having taught for over 12 years at The Bartlett, Stewart is now a Unit Master at the Architectural Association, a member of the RIBA Validation Board, a judge on the RIBA Awards, a member of the RIBA and fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. He is presently an external examiner at Brighton University’s, School of Architecture and The Bartlett, University College LondonSatellite Architects is committed to modern, sustainable design and
Comment on: Detroit City: What's Going On
A great read if you are obsessed with the decay of the great American cities. Mark Campbell and I took our Architectural Association unit to Detroit in December 2012 following on from our previous trips to the Mississippi Delta and the Salton Sea. Detroit resonates with post industrial failure, the once great Motor City which has now forgotten the car and the people who produced them. The enormous empty industrial plants like the Packard are a reflection of this once great city, but now there lingers only wasteland and poverty. On the fringes there is a hope, a few pockets of energy percolate through the city, like Phil Cooley's Pony Ride and Slows BBQ. Maybe there is hope for the Motor City in the future, although it will be hard to stop the ruin obsessed photographers flying in to capture the death sentence. Stewart Dodd, April 2013.
Comment on: Shock email leak as ARB elections heat up
It really is a good job no one, outside of architects, takes the profession seriously or we would look like, in the words of William Sydney Porter, a banana republic !
Comment on: Ruth Reed in failed bid to oust Harry Rich
I agree with Peter and Ben; Tamsie seems to be doing a great job at the London Region but these stories in the press do make the RIBA in general look like an unprofessional body to the outside world and it surely detracts from what they should be doing. Someone does need to take control and stop the infighting.