Biography [173 words]
Tim Stonor is an internationally respected architect and urban planner who has pioneered the application of science-based urban modelling methods to create human-focused visions for the future of places. He is an expert in the analysis, design and prediction of human behaviour patterns in buildings and urban areas. His work demonstrates how social, economic and environmental value is created by the movement, interaction and transaction of people in space.
Tim advises public, private and community organisations worldwide. His approach combines robust analysis and visionary thinking.
Tim is Managing Director of the strategic consulting firm Space Syntax Limited, which he founded in 1996. He is a Trustee of the Design Council, a Visiting Professor at University College London, a director of The Academy of Urbanism, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, and a winner of the prestigious Harvard Loeb Fellowship.
Tim has recently assisted the UK Government Office for Science as a member of the Lead Expert Group in its Foresight project on The Future of Cities.
Tim speaks regularly at events throughout the world.
2017- Senior International Advisor, China Urban and Rural Construction Industry Union
2016- Trustee, The Faversham Society
2016- Liveryman, The Worshipful Company of Chartered Architects
2015- Trustee, The Design Council
2015- Freeman, The Worshipful Company of Chartered Architects
2015- Member, Faversham Town Council Public Realm Group
2015- Member, Design Council CABE Oman Design Review Panel
2013- Member, Lead Expert Group on The Future of Cities, Government Office for Science
2011- Member, Design Council CABE National Design Review Panel
2009- Advocate, Engineering & Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC)
2008-10 Member, CABE Crossrail Design Panel
2008-10 & 2011- Director, The Academy of Urbanism
2008- Member, Expert Advisory Panel, Walk England
2008- Director, London Promenade Company
2007-10 Member, CABE National Design Review Panel (extended term)
2006- Founder Member, The Academy of Urbanism
2005-09 Member, Health & the Built Environment Steering Group, NICE
2004-07 Member, CABE National Design Review Panel
2003-11 Member, NHS National Design Review Panel
2002-04 Member, South East of England Design Panel
1996- Founding Director, Morrison Brink Stonor architects
2010-11 Lincoln Loeb Fellowship, Harvard University
2010-11 Loeb Fellowship, Harvard University
2006- Honorary Senior Lecturer, the Bartlett UCL
2005 Member, Royal Town Planning Institute
2004 Fellow, Royal Society of Arts
2000 Honorary Lecturer, the Bartlett, UCL
1996 Member, RIBA
1995 RIBA Part 3 examination, the Bartlett, UCL
1994 Diploma in Architecture (Distinction), Oxford Brookes University
1991 MSc in Advanced Architectural Studies (Distinction), the Bartlett, UCL
1989 BSc (Hons) in Architecture, UCL