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Department of Architecture



Dr. Jane Hall is the inaugural recipient of the British Council Lina Bo Bardi Fellowship (2013) and founding member of the architecture collective, Assemble, who won the Turner Prize in 2015 for their work in Granby, Liverpool. Her particular focus is on interdisciplinary practice between artists and architects, and the emergence of alternative methods for architectural design. Jane completed a PhD at the Royal College of Art, London (2018) where her research looked at the legacy of modernist architects working in both Brazil and the UK. 

Jane has held a number of positions, including as jury member for the Stirling Prize (2017) and external examiner at the University of Cambridge. Jane has lectured internationally at The School of Arts Institute Chicago (SAIC), Princeton University and the Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA), among others and is a visiting lecturer and regular critic at the Royal College of Art, Bartlett School of Architecture and University of Cambridge.

Jane’s research has been published widely. She is the author of the book Breaking Ground, Architecture by Women (Phaidon, 2019) and Woman Made (Phaidon, 2021) about the work of women designers globally. As a Teaching Associate at Cambridge University, Jane will deliver a lecture series on the intersection between gender and architecture.

Teaching Associate in the History and Theory of Architecture