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Liz Ellston

ARB Examiner



Liz is a Chartered Architect (RIBA), RSA Fellow, Tutor and Writer.  She has worked in the architecture and design profession for over 20 years, in a range of practices covering Interior Design and Architecture, Environmental Engineering and Masterplanning.  Recently specialising in high-end residential refurbishment, primarily on historic and listed buildings.

She is a Part-Time Teaching Fellow at the University of Bath School of Architecture, tutoring 1st and 3rd year degree, and is a regular visiting critic at the University of Westminster, and London Metropolitan University Schools of Architecture.

Liz is also a London Region RIBA Branch Member acting as Treasurer and Education Liaison, and has been on the judging panel for both Westminster University and the Bartlett RIBA Branch Prizes.

In practice, Liz has been RIBA Part 1 and Part 3 mentor, actively supporting further learning through external lectures, events and social interaction with design groups. She has also been a member on her local council residents’ forum for architecture and planning.

Liz is currently working on dissemination and communication for GEOTABShybrid, a 4-year Horizon 2020 EU research project, studying and reporting on a number of case buildings using hybrid MPC GEOTABS systems.

In addition, Liz is an experienced scuba diver and qualified BSAC diving instructor.

Annual Register of Interests 2017

Membership of Formal Groups:
RIBA, RIBA East London, Fellow of RSA, University of East London

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Tutor: University of Bath.
Critic: University of Westminster, London Metropolitan University, University of Bath.

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