Patrick Macklin – Head of Interior Design

BA(Hons) Interior Design; MDes; PgCert (Supervision)

Patrick is Head of the Interior Design Department at The Glasgow School of Art and Programme Leader for both undergraduate and postgraduate routes.

He co-founded pop-up innovators Lapland, designed as Frozen River and was an associate artist and designer with the award winning theatre company Suspect Culture. His research focuses on spatial memory and representation. He collaborates with colleague Thomai Pnevmonidou as SpaceKraft and is interested in promoting the cultural, political and economic significance of the interior. He has shown work in Belfast, Queens University (Digital Resources in the Humanities & Arts); Glasgow, CCA; Newcastle, Baltic Centre for Contemporary Arts (Praxis and Poetics) and St Étienne (International Design Biennial) and has had work featured and referenced in iD, Blueprint, The Guardian, The Herald, Interior Design Journal, The Scotsman, The List, MAP, New Musical Express (NME), and in the publications ‘Social Sculpture: The Rise of the Glasgow Art Scene’, ‘How Glasgow Stole the Idea of Contemporary Art’, and ‘The Suspect Culture Book’. He has lectured in Singapore and Beijing, presented papers at conference in the UK, Ireland and Hong Kong and participated in academic panels in the UK, South Asia and the Gulf.

p.macklin@gsa.ac.uk




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