Emeritus Professor of Architectural Design,
Christine Hawley was Professor of Architectural Design at the Bartlett UCL. From 1993- 1999 she was Head of the Bartlett School of Architecture and from 1999-2009 the Dean of the Bartlett and Head of the Faculty of the Built Environment and. She was previously a lecturer at the Architectural Association and Head of the School of Architecture at the University of East London. She has lectured, exhibited and been published extensively over the last 30 years throughout the U.S.A., Europe and the Far East. Built work includes a multi-media, teaching and exhibition space for the Städel Academy in Frankfurt and exhibition pavilions at the Osaka and Nagoya Expo, social housing for the I.B.A. in Berlin and in particular the Kitagata re-development plan were government commissions to establish new social housing typologies for the future. Award winning projects include a museum for Roman remains in Carnuntum Austria in collaboration with Peter Cook and the Hakka Cultural Centre, Hayung City China. Christine Hawley has been an adviser on the U.K. government Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment and chaired committees examining the implications of future teaching methods and delivery in Europe, UK and Australia. She has curated a number of exhibitions including the Hong Kong Architecture Biennale in 2015 and is currently on the Board of Governors for ECA and an advisor for the Arups Foundation. Christine Hawley was awarded the CBE in 2008. Awarded the RIBA Annie Spink Prize 2016 I have worked in Higher Education for the last forty years and also practiced as an architect I was both Head of the Architecture School at the Bartlett and the Dean of the Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment. As Dean I was responsible for over two and a half thousand students, two hundred and fifty members of staff and one hundred and seventy individual consultancies. The income I had sole responsibility for was in the region of £45,000,000. I was also a member of the Provost’s Senior Management Team (one of six Deans) who were jointly responsible for developing the Strategic plan for UCL. In particular I was responsible for overseeing Equality and implementing government policy changes. The committees I chaired were amongst the largest at UCL (over 30 people) As a practitioner I built both here and abroad and built work with a construction value up to £36,000,000. I was the first (and youngest) female head of School, the first female Dean of a Faculty of the Built Environment and the first female winner of the Annie Spink Prize.