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Charles Mann

Mr, BArch Liv., MA(Hist. & Th.) Essex

  • The University of Western Australia (M433), 35 Stirling Highway,

    6009 Perth

    Australia

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Personal profile

Previous positions

ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE

1989 - present SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE AND FINE ARTS
The University of Western Australia

1993 - present Senior Lecturer

1989 - 1993 Lecturer

LONDON SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE
Architectural Association

1984 - 1988 Unit Master Intermediate School

1982 - 1984 Unit Master First Year

1981 - 1982 Head, Technical Studies First Year

1980 - 1981 Tutor First Year

1981 - 1983 OXFORD POLYTECHNIC SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE, UK

Studio Master

1984 - 1987 SCHOOL OF ART & DESIGN
Buckinghamshire College, UK

Tutor Interior Design (3rd year)

1987 - 1989 SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE
University of Liverpool

Tutor

VISITING CRITIC
at the following Schools of Architecture
University of Cambridge

University of Liverpool

Polytechnic of Central London

VISITING LECTURER
at the following Schools of Architecture
Curtin University of Technology

The University of Western Australia

University of Mexico City

Technical University of Delft, Netherlands

COORDINATOR OF EDUCATIONAL VISITS
1981 Netherlands 1981, Greece 1983, Egypt 1984, Peru and Bolivia 1985, Italy 1986, India 1987, Thailand 1988, Mexico 1989, Sri Lanka and India (with G. London) 1994.

Industrial relevance

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

JAMES DARTFORD & ASSOCIATES

MATTHEWS RYAN & ASSOCIATES

DUFFY ELEY GIFFONE WORTHINGTON

BRITISH NUCLEAR FUELS

SCOTT BROWNRIG & TURNER

BBC DEPT OF ARCHITECTURE & CIVIL ENGINEERING

MORTON & MULLINS PARTNERSHIP

NEMR ASSOCIATES

1982 - 1986 FORSYTH & MANN
Senior Partner

TECTUS

Teaching overview

TEACHING INTERESTS

Architectural Design
Architectural Theory
Architectural Graphics
History of Architecture

Research

RESEARCH ACTIVITES
Summary of graduate scheme of study undertaken at University of Essex under supervision of Prof. Joseph Rykwert and Dr Dalibor Vesseley.
Theoretical Literature of Architecture pre 1800, in particular Italian treatises XVI and XVII centuries and French Literature XVIII century.
Phenomenology and psychology of perception and their implications for methods of design.
Implications of both social and individual psychology of design standards with particular reference to orientation and perceptual ambivalence; function of memory and perception; nature of relationship between the design processes; cultural limitations of perception, deductive operation of the designed and its perceptual implications.
Nature of style and language in Architecture considering the specific formal decisions of the architect with particular reference to the relationship between the architect’s intentional process and the reaction of those who use or observe the building.
Analytical study of individual building: Boots Chemical Factory, Nottingham, Sir Owen Williams.
Dissertation ‘The influence of Vers Une Architecture on Modern English Architecture’.
Summary of graduate scheme of study at School of Architecture, University of Liverpool under supervision of Professor John Tarn:
• Final Design thesis ‘Residential Postgraduate School of Study of History & Theory of Architecture’.
Dissertation ‘Discursive Notes on Berthold Leubetkin’ Summary of other dissertations:
• ‘The idea of the house’
• ‘A Guide to the Buildings of Andrea Palladio’ (3 month study in Italy).

Keywords

  • Architectural design
  • Architectural history
  • Non western architecture

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Summary Arts & Humanities
Supervision Arts & Humanities
Treatise Arts & Humanities
Boot Arts & Humanities
Nottingham Arts & Humanities
Andrea Palladio Arts & Humanities
Liverpool Arts & Humanities
Language Arts & Humanities

Research Output 2000 2000

The Miner Artist

Mann, C., 2000, N/A ed. Mandurah, W.A.: Mandurah Art Gallery.

Research output: Book/ReportBook