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ARCH 501 – SIMA NABIZADEH STUDENT NUMBER:096033. Matthew Hardy. The Senior Lecturer in Architecture & Urbanism . BIOGRAPHY EDUCATION PROJECT. EDUCATION : Bachelor. The university of Adelide.South Australia(1980) Field:Architecture. PHD:. The university of Wale(1999)

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matthew hardy
Matthew Hardy

The Senior Lecturer in Architecture & Urbanism







The university of Adelide.South Australia(1980)


  • PHD:

The university of Wale(1999)

Field:Architectural History

His PhD research, based at the Prince of Wales's Institute of Architecture, London, was a study of Hippocratic attitudes to climate and their influence on house planning in the classical tradition




  • He has practiced as a consulting architect since registering in South Australia in 1983.
  • Most recently, he has worked on a masterplan for a substantial urban extension to Leith, Scotland (with Robert Adam Architects);
  • new spa town near Reggio Emilia, Italy
  • house in Brighton, England;
  • New villa at Port Willunga, South Australia; and on award-winning additions to the Art Gallery of South Australia
  • (with Robert Dickson Architects and Peddle Thorp Architects).



Visiting Professor with the University of Notre Dame London Summer Program in Architecture and Urban Design.

  • 2002-2003:
  • In2003 he taught at the INTBAU Transylvanian Village Development Workshop in Laslea, Romania, in 2002 at the INTBAU Scandinavia Summer School in Fredrikstad, Norway



He was tasked with the early development of the International Network for Traditional Building (INTBAU )from its instigation as a research project in late 2002 until its convergence with The Prince's Foundation for the Built Environment (PFBE) in early 2009

  • Now:

Matthew now works for PFBE and INTBAU, in London, UK. In his spare time he enjoys walking England's footpaths, reading, music and skiing.


Tradition today: continuity in architecture & society

By Robert Adam, Matthew Hardy

A topographical dictionary of England, Volume 3By Matthew Hardy

Unmodern architecture: contemporary traditionalism in the NetherlandsBy Matthew Hardy




Sustainability / Trans-disciplinarityGenerative processes for revitalizing historic townsTraditional building forms & techniques

Recent Partnered events:

New Palladians Exhibition 1 September - 1 October 2009, DelftRevitalising Built Environments 12-16 October 2009, IstanbulPoundbury Series February-November 2009, UK


The Prince's Foundation & INTBAU:

Traditional Solutions to New Urban Problems

INTBAU is a world wide organisation dedicated to the support of traditional building, the maintenance of local character and the creation of better places to live. We are creating an active network of individuals and institutions who design, make, maintain, study or enjoy traditional building, architecture and places.


The International Network for Traditional Building, Architecture & Urbanism is pleased to announce that Dr Matthew Hardy, Secretary of INTBAU, is able to supervise doctoral students at The Prince's School of Traditional Arts (PSTA). The Prince's School of Traditional Arts The PSTA is primarily founded upon the post-graduate Visual Islamic and Traditional Arts Programme (VITA), which was originally established at the Royal College of Art in 1984.   VITA transferred to The Prince of Wales's Institute of Architecture in 1993 which itself subsequently became incorporated into The Prince's Foundation in 2000. PSTA was initiated as a separate charity in April 2004 and, like INTBAU, is located at The Prince's Foundation building in Charlotte Road, Shoreditch. Degree courses at PSTA are validated and awarded by the federal University of Wales, UK.


Dr Matthew HardySenior Lecturer in Architecture & Urbanism, INTBAUSkype: