Dean Hawkes is emeritus professor of architectural design at the Welsh School of Architecture, Cardiff University and an emeritus fellow of Darwin College, University of Cambridge.  He taught and researched at Cambridge from 1965 to 1995, when he was appointed professor of architectural design at Cardiff.  He was a founder member of the Martin Centre and was Director from 1979 to 1987.  Following his retirement in 2002 he returned to Cambridge as a fellow of Darwin College.  He has held visiting professorships at schools of architecture in Hong Kong, Singapore, Glasgow, Huddersfield and Leicester.   His research is in the field of environmental design in architecture.  His books include, The Environmental Tradition (1996), The Environmental Imagination (2008) and Architecture and Climate (2012).  His buildings, in partnership with Stephen Greenberg, have won four RIBA Architecture Awards.  In 2010 he received the RIBA Annie Spink Award in recognition of his contribution to architectural education.

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