Bill Flinn

BA (Arch) DipArch

Research associate - CENDEP


Bill's main interest is in Shelter after Disaster. He is an architect and a builder, particularly experienced in domestic scale building in timber and green construction techniques. His working life has been divided between design and build in the UK and development and humanitarian work in three continents. For nine years he worked in Central America and Mexico in appropriate technology and human rights, before returning to the UK to specialise in Shelter after Disaster. In recent years he has worked in Indonesia, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Cuba, Western Sahara. He also enjoys studio teaching.

Teaching Interest

Shelter after Disaster, construction (especially timber), environmental (green) design.

Research Interest and consultancy expertise

Shelter after Disaster

Bill Flinn


School of Architecture

Oxford Brookes University
Headington Campus
Gipsy Lane
Oxford, OX3 0BP

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