Mark Garcia

Marc Garcia

Mark Garcia

Marc Garcia

Architecture Diploma Theory Coordinator

Department of Architecture & Landscape

Faculty of Architecture, Computing and Humanities

Mark is a researcher, writer, curator, photographer and academic. He is the Senior Lecturer in and the Co-ordinator of ​MArch Histories/Theories/Futures in the Department of Architecture & Landscape, University of Greenwich, London. He has worked in industry for Branson Coates Architecture and Skidmore, Owings and Merrill. He has held academic research and management posts at St. Antony's College, Oxford University and at the Royal College of Art (London) where he was Research Co-ordinator in the Department of Industrial Design Engineering and Head of Research/Deputy Head in the Department of Architecture. He has lectured in Japan, Switzerland, Ireland and across Europe and across the US. Mark is guest-editor of 'Architextiles AD', 'Patterns of Architecture AD', 'Future Details of Architecture AD' as well as author and editor of 'The Diagrams of Architecture' (Wiley). His photographs have been published in design and architectural publications and journals books by Wiley, Thames & Hudson and various international journals (including AD and the AJ). He curates annual exhibitions of MArch Theses at the University of Greenwich. His UP CLOSE (2017) solo show of 24 photographs at the University of Cornell (School of Art, Architecture & Planning) were a focussed case-study of the details and detailing of Dame Zaha Hadid. His current research is on the Architecture and Spatial Design of Twin Peaks and the Architecture and Design of anti-gravity architectures and Spaceships.

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