Ms Naomi House


Ms Naomi House
NameMs Naomi House
Job titleSenior Lecturer in Interior Architecture and Design
Research institute
Primary appointmentSchool of Design
Email addressn.house@mdx.ac.uk
ORCIDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0002-2397-2844
Contact categoryResearcher

Biography

Biography

Naomi House is an Educator, Writer and Designer. Senior Lecturer in Interior Architecture and Design and a Research Lead within the School of Design at Middlesex University, London, Faculty of Arts and Creative Industries, she is an experienced academic who also taught for many years in Critical and Historical Studies at the Royal College of Art, and previously at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, London Metropolitan University and University of the Arts, London. She holds current External Examining roles at Glasgow School of Art in Interior Design and University of Creative Arts in the School of Architecture and Design.

Teaching

Naomi teaches across 3 programmes: MA Interiors, BA Interior Architecture - Year 3, BA Interior Design - Y3. She is also a PhD supervisor within the Faculty of Arts and Creative Industries, currently supervising a thesis on Architecture and Narrative.

Please email Naomi at n.house@mdx.ac.uk if you want to discuss the supervision of your postgraduate research proposal across the spectrum of architecture and interiors, including history, theory and critical practice.

Employment

Senior Lecturer Interior Architecture and Design
Middlesex University
01 Oct 2001

Education and qualifications

MSc Architecture

MSc Architecture - History of Modern Architecture. Commendation for Dissertation.

01 Oct 1994
Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London
BA (Hons) Interior Design

1st Class Honours, Commendation for Dissertation

01 Jun 1993
Middlesex University

Grants

Prizes and Awards

Research outputs

The augmented studio: Teaching and learning in digital space

Disney, R., House, N. and Murialdo, F. 2024. The augmented studio: Teaching and learning in digital space. in: Geyer, S. (ed.) Teaching Architecture(s) in the Post-Covid Era: The New Age of Digital Design Routledge.

100 women: Architects in practice

Harriss, H., House, N., Parrinder, M. and Ravenscroft, T. 2023. 100 women: Architects in practice. London, UK RIBA Publishing.

Global women architects we should all know

Harriss, H., House, N., Parrinder, M. and Ravenscroft, T. 2023. Global women architects we should all know. RIBA Journal.

From architecture to community: Adaptive reuse as social practice

Murialdo, F. and House, N. 2023. From architecture to community: Adaptive reuse as social practice. Cumulus Antwerp 2023: Connectivity and Creativity in times of Conflict . University of Antwerp 12 - 15 Apr 2023

One Kilburn: Imagining the Future of Kilburn [Exhibition and workshop]

Murialdo, F., House, N., Westthorp, M. and Scoot, J. 2023. One Kilburn: Imagining the Future of Kilburn [Exhibition and workshop]. Kiln Theatre, Kilburn High Road, London 23 Jan 2023

Auto-pedagogies for landscape architecture

Harriss, H. and House, N. 2022. Auto-pedagogies for landscape architecture. in: Harriss, H., Salama, A. and Gonzalez Lara, A. (ed.) The Routledge Companion to Architectural Pedagogies of the Global South Routledge. pp. 34-55

The augmented studio: Teaching and learning in digital space

Disney, R., House, N. and Murialdo, F. 2022. The augmented studio: Teaching and learning in digital space. A Focus on Pedagogy: Teaching, Learning and Research in the Modern Academy. Virtual 20 - 22 Apr 2022

Working at the intersection: architecture after the anthropocene

Harriss, H. and House, N. (ed.) 2022. Working at the intersection: architecture after the anthropocene. London RIBA Publishing.

Greta Magnusson Grossman: modern design from Sweden to California

Harriss, H. and House, N. 2021. Greta Magnusson Grossman: modern design from Sweden to California. London Lund Humphries.

Greta Magnusson Grossman: Living in a modern way

Harriss, H., House, N. and Humphries, L. 2021. Greta Magnusson Grossman: Living in a modern way. Places Journal.

The Hidden Interior, IE:Studio, Issue #4 [Curation & Introduction]

Murialdo, F. and House, N. 2019. The Hidden Interior, IE:Studio, Issue #4 [Curation & Introduction]. London Interior Educators.

(In)dangered domesticity: tactics to subvert an anxious and unsafe interior typology

Harriss, H., House, N. and Koslowski, B. 2019. (In)dangered domesticity: tactics to subvert an anxious and unsafe interior typology. in: Brooker, G., Harriss, H. and Walker, K. (ed.) Interior Futures : Vol.1 Habituated | Mediated Napa Valley California Crucible Press. pp. 38-49

Towards seamful living

Curtis, B., House, N. and Parrinder, M. 2019. Towards seamful living. in: Brooker, G., Harriss, H. and Walker, K. (ed.) Interior Futures: Vol 3 Abstracted | Negotiated Napa Valley California Crucible Press.

The hidden interior: an investigative approach

Murialdo, F. and House, N. 2018. The hidden interior: an investigative approach. 3rd Interior Educators (IE) conference: Inside the City. London Metropolitan University, London, UK 22 - 23 Nov 2018 pp. 1-9

The invisible interior: an investigative approach

House, N. and Murialdo, F. 2018. The invisible interior: an investigative approach. 3rd Interior Educators (IE) conference: Inside the City. London Metropolitan University, London, UK 22 - 23 Nov 2018

(In)dangered domesticty: tactics for a safer home

House, N., Harriss, H. and Koslowski, B. 2018. (In)dangered domesticty: tactics for a safer home. Avery Shorts. S01 (E14).

'There is no such thing as a boring place': architecture and the built environment as a televisual experience

Curtis, B. and House, N. 2018. 'There is no such thing as a boring place': architecture and the built environment as a televisual experience. Screen. 59 (1), pp. 105-113. https://doi.org/10.1093/screen/hjy012

The edge condition: re-use of industrial heritage on urban waterfronts: a case of London’s second river

Evans, G. and House, N. 2017. The edge condition: re-use of industrial heritage on urban waterfronts: a case of London’s second river. Interventions I Adaptive Reuse. 8, pp. 26-33.

DRAFT Three

Murialdo, F., Fern, D., House, N., Bodnar, K., Bonazza, R., Evans, G., Jensen, S., King, S., Morris, L., Mundia, P., Thomas, P., Yeung, W., Church, C. and Vidal Gomez, P. 2017. DRAFT Three. London, UK Middlesex University.

Interiority complex

House, N. and Harriss, H. 2016. Interiority complex. in: A Gendered Profession - A Question of Representation in Space Making London RIBA Publishing.

Traces, clues and palimpsests: toward a forensic design pedagogy

House, N. and Parrinder, M. 2016. Traces, clues and palimpsests: toward a forensic design pedagogy. Design and Time: Design History Society Conference 2016. Middlesex University, London, United Kingdom 08 - 10 Sep 2016

Community futures and utopia - an exhibition of architectural strategies for the use and re-use of Hornsey Town Hall

Evans, G., Murialdo, F. and House, N. 2016. Community futures and utopia - an exhibition of architectural strategies for the use and re-use of Hornsey Town Hall. Hornsey Town Hall, London, United Kingdom 10 - 19 Jun 2016

Draft two

Murialdo, F., Fern, D., House, N., Mortimer, J., Koslowski, B., Thomas, P. and Evans, G. 2016. Draft two. InteriorsMDX.

The fundamentals of interior architecture

Coles, J. and House, N. 2007. The fundamentals of interior architecture. AVA Academia.
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