Patrick Zamarian is a lecturer at the Liverpool School of Architecture and co-lead of its Architectural and Urban History research group.
Patrick’s research centres on the role of institutions in the history of twentieth-century architecture, be they educational institutions such as schools of architecture, professional bodies such as the Royal Institute of British Architecture, or government agencies such as building research stations. He is currently working on the history of architectural education in the British Empire.
Patrick is a qualified architect and leads a design studio in the second year of the BA programme. He is responsible for the dissertation and project report modules in the final year of the MArch programme and contributes to the undergraduate history course.