Associate Lecturer (Technology Tutor)
Clare Nash is an architect is a chartered architect and founder of Clare Nash Architecture Ltd, a five-person, all-female practice. Specialising in rural energy-efficient architectural design, CNA’s focus takes inspiration from the vernacular.
Clare has studied vernacular architecture under Paul Oliver, Aylin Orbasli and Marcel Vellinga, both in the UK and abroad, and has a master’s in the subject from Oxford Brookes University.
She also serves as a RIBA role model, encouraging diversity within the profession.
- Technology Tutor to Part 1 students
- Examiner for the RIBA Office Based Exam
Memberships (and affiliations)
- Vernacular architecture
- Ecological design
- ‘Contemporary Vernacular Design, How British housing can rediscover it’s soul, published by RIBA Publishing, November 2016.