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William Campbell

Senior Lecturer

Department: Architecture and Built Environment

EE Willcampbell Staffprofile 255Originally drawn to the North East of England to study Architecture at Northumbria University, attracted by the course's emphasis on studio culture, Will has remained in the region engaging in both teaching and practice. Initially joining FaulknerBrowns Architects as a designer within a number of multi- disciplinary teams Will contributed to a wide array of projects. Schemes ranged from proposals for large-scale master plans within Tyne & Wear and Northumberland, creative re-use of existing buildings in Sunderland and Greater Manchester, education and research facilities for Newcastle University through to small-scale projects including an engineered Oak footbridge over the River Calder. Whilst working practice, Will maintained contact with Northumbria University successfully contributing to studio teaching associated with Year One, Two and Five.

Will re-joined Northumbria University in 2011 as a permanent member of staff where he enthusiastically contributes to the development of the Undergraduate Architecture Degree in particular, building on the established studio culture, authentic project based learning and schemes collaborating with regional live sites and partners. 


  • Architecture BA (Hons) September 01 2003
  • Fellow (FHEA) Higher Education Academy (HEA) 2014

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