Lecturer

Part-time lecturer at Falmouth since 2016. On-going occasional teaching at Dessau International Graduate School [Post-graduate Architecture]. Running a private RIBA Chartered Practice, undertaking work across a variety of scales. This includes an experimental eco-house with £30 per year space heating costs. We are monitoring the house for temperature and humidity.
Previously taught at University of Plymouth, Oxford Brookes University and Westminster University. Invited reviewer at Bartlett UCL and Cambridge University.
Previous employment includes a year leading the UK office of Ushida Findlay uk Architects, and several years at Ian Ritchie Architects. 

External Links

Mark Innes staff profile

Contact details

Qualifications

Qualifications

Year Qualification Awarding body
1994 RIBA part 3 RIBA
1989 PG Diploma in Architecture Westminster University
1985 BA [hons] Architecture Central London Polytechnic

Research Interests

Research interests and expertise

Architecture: Sustainability in Practice; Solar-powered building; Experimental timber construction; designing with glass; augmenting historic environments.

Research Topics

  • Architecture: Sustainability in Practice

Research Outputs

Events

2012

Lead lecture: Neighbourhood Planning Conference, Southampton

Teaching

Areas of teaching

  • Architecture: Design and Technology

Courses taught

  • Architecture BA(Hons)
  • Architecture MArch

CPD delivered

to Cornwall Council Planning Sub-committee Councillors: Planning for Sustainable Design;
to Cornwall Council Planning Planning Officers: Planning for Sustainable Design;
to Cornwall Branch of AECB: Practical design for sustainability - Solar Powered House.

Policy engagement within Cornwall

Engagement with organisations which contribute to the development of educational, cultural or socio-economic policies in Cornwall

Wadebridge Neighbourhood Plan;
Cornwall Council Planning developing policies to support Self-Build;
Cornwall Council Planning Agents' Forum

Business Engagement

Intellectual property

Design copyright for many buildings and interiors [refer to innes Architects web-site]

Business start ups

innes Architects

Business engagement case studies

National Trust; Eden Project [Wild Nursery]; Mount Pleasant Eco-Park

Professional Engagement

Independent professional practice

Running a private RIBA Chartered Practice, undertaking work across a variety of scales. This includes an experimental eco-house with £30 per year space heating costs. We are monitoring the house for temperature and humidity. Please refer to innes Architects web-site.

Previous employment includes a year leading the UK office of Ushida Findlay uk Architects, and several years at Ian Ritchie Architects. 

Social, community and cultural engagement

On-going engagement with Wadebridge and Polzeath Methodist communities. Part-time support to local events including Wadebridge Bikelights. On-going engagement with local artist Laura Martin.

Engagement with professional associations and societies

Running a private RIBA Chartered Practice. Member of AECB.

Professional esteem indicators

Year Description
2012

Runner-up Cornwall Sustainability Awards Building category