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Mr Carl Leroy-Smith BA, DipArch, ARB

Visiting Senior Teaching Fellow

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Mr Carl Leroy-Smith is Visiting Senior Teaching Fellow within Engineering and Physical Sciences at the University of Southampton.

Carl Leroy-Smith is a Visiting Senior Teaching Fellow on the Civil Engineering programmes within Engineering and Physical Sciences. He is an ARB registered architect, who trained at the University of Portsmouth under RIBA Gold Medal Winner, Sir Colin Stansfield-Smith. He has over 15 years of experience in private and public sector practice and has been the lead architect for several award winning projects including The Foundling Museum, The London Police Museum, Abbotts Wharf, Camden Town redevelopment and Hammersmith Transport Interchange.

He is the founding director of Deer Park Alpha, an award winning architecture and design practice based in Hampshire. Many of the practices projects have been exhibited in the USA, Italy, South Korea and Japan. His practice is currently researching: Historic UK Market Towns and their application as a model for future inner city development and Less is more: The value of design in thinness, lightness, beauty and waste reduction.

Carl has taught within the School of Architecture at the University of Portsmouth and is the author of Where We Live: A Guidebook to Urban Design. He has lectured across the UK on urban design, place making and local distinctiveness.

He has been a director with Peter Murray and Wayne Hemingway of the South Coast Design Forum and is involved at board level in various business, social and cultural organisations in the Portsmouth city region.

Research group

Infrastructure Group

CENV1026 Design and Computing for Civil Engineers   Tutor
CENV2028 Design 2   Tutor
FEEG2001 Systems Design and Computing   Tutor
Mr Carl Leroy-Smith
Engineering, University of Southampton, Southampton Boldrewood Innovation Campus, Burgess Road, Southampton, SO16 7QF
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