Siân Moxon teaches across the Architecture and Interior Design courses at both undergraduate and postgraduate level.
Siân Moxon is a senior lecturer and sustainability coordinator at The Cass School of Architecture. She teaches across the Architecture and Interior Design courses at both undergraduate and postgraduate level.
As a BREEAM Accredited Professional, Siân is an expert in sustainable design. She is also a qualified architect with many years of experience, covering conservation, housing and schools. She was an associate at award-winning architecture and interiors practice Jestico + Whiles – working on projects ranging from a foyer for vulnerable young people in Barking to a prestigious restoration of Sir John Soane's country estate in Ealing.
Siân has published many articles and her book, Sustainability in Interior Design (Laurence King, 2012), is a global success. Her current research focus is biodiversity in architecture, and her Rewild My Street project was a winner of the London National Park City international design ideas competition and finalist of the Big Idea Challenge.
Siân is a Fellow of the Higher Education Authority, who has taught at the Royal College of Art, London South Bank University and University of the Creative Arts Canterbury as a visiting lecturer, and has featured on expert conference panels.
She studied Architecture at Cardiff University, where she was awarded a travel scholarship for her degree work and a commendation for her diploma work.
Siân is recognised as a role model for female architects, having been a finalist in the Inspire awards for women in construction, and included in both the AJ’s list of influential women in architecture and its pick of women in sustainable architecture.
Siân Moxon teaches sustainable design at the Cass, on the Architecture; Interior Architecture and Design; Interior Design; and Interior Design and Decoration undergraduate courses; and the Professional Diploma in Architecture (now Architecture RIBA 2 MArch) postgraduate course.
Siân’s research concerns biodiversity in the urban environment. Her Rewild My Street project uses architectural drawings to inspire and empower residents, designers and councils to transform London’s homes, gardens and streets for wildlife.