Anne Markey is Head of the School of Art, Architecture and Design.
Anne is a qualified architect and member of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA).
She originally joined London Metropolitan University to set up a consultancy unit, Projects, to undertake architectural consultancy and contract research, and provide support for academic staff and students on live projects.
The projects that Anne led on ranged from small-scale prototypes to large-scale master planning projects as well as the curation of a number of exhibitions and festivals. These projects were the outcome of collaborative ‘briefs’ that were designed to rework the conventional boundaries between expert and non-expert, insider and outsider, thus encouraging a more inclusive playing field and more empowered players.
Anne is also a director of Phelan Architects, a practice she founded in 2009 with her late husband Brendan Phelan.
Recent projects include a new church and housing in the Isle of Dogs, a library and student accommodation for a college in Cambridge and a number of UK and international racecourses.
RIBA Journal Vol 122, Issue 09, ISSN 1463-9505, York Racecourse (September 2015)
Markey, A. Providing practical experience towards registration as an architect within the context of a supportive academic environment in architecture LIVE projects, Ed. Harriet Harris and Lynnette Widder, Routledge, London 2014, ISBN 978-0-415-73352-6.
RIBA Journal Vol 118, Issue 07/08, ISSN 1463-9505, St. Luke’s Church (Dec 2011/Jan 2012)
Markey, A. Enabling, engaging and experimenting, in Intercultural Interaction, Ed Peter Beacock, Geoffrey Makstutis and Robert
Mull, ASD Projects, London Metropolitan University, London, ISBN 978-0-9563-532-1-4 (2011)
National Architecture Student Festival, for the London Festival of Architecture, Ed Anne Markey and Pippa Gueterbock, ASD Projects, London Metropolitan University, London 2009, ISBN 978-0-9563-532-0-7 (2008)