I am an architect and a Reader in Architecture at the University of Portsmouth. I publish and participate in the developing field of architectural/archaeological/anthropological interdisciplinarity, especially as this relates to design and drawing. With a team from various UK universities supported by key ‘open space’ NGOs, I was a Co-Investigator on the recent 3-year AHRC-funded project, Wastes and Strays: The Past, Present and Future of English Urban Commons.
My book Scandalous Space: between architecture and archaeology was published recently by Spurbuchverlag.
My PhD, completed in 2016 at the Bartlett, UCL, was titled Scandalous Artefacts: visual and analogical practice between architecture and archaeology, and was supervised across the departments of architecture and anthropology.
In 2000 I co-founded Bates Zambelli Architects which I ran with Sherry Bates until 2013.
Dr Alessandro Zambelli