Course Leader, Interior Design BA(Hons) (Online)
Amanda is a Lecturer in Interior Design having joined the university’s interiors team in 2013. She has extensive experience in the retail sector of the interior design business, with an emphasis on construction detail and specification. Her work has ranged across a variety of design disciplines from exhibition design, restaurant and office interiors to retail design and architecture. Projects have included design work for Sony, BT, Candy & Candy and LK Bennett, the Eden Project amongst many others. Recent projects include work for Office Shoes, and Thomas Pink, and she is currently involved in the refurbishment of 2 chalets in the French Alps.
Whilst working at Falmouth University, Amanda has studied for and gained a PGCHE and has gone on to complete an MA in Creative Education in 2019. Her research into creative risk-taking continues to inform her teaching practice.
|2019||MA Creative Education||Falmouth University|
|1991||PGCE||College of St Mark and St John|
|1984||BA Architecture||Plymouth University School of Architecture|
Membership of external committeesFHEA - Fellow of the Higher Education Authority
- Creative Risk-Taking
Publications and research outputs
Contributed to the Future of Retail Collaborative Project with culminated in an experiential pop-up presented at the London Design Festival.
- Interior Design BA(Hons)
- Interior Design BA(Hons) (Online)