Australian architect and architectural historian Matthew Hardy is the Senior Lecturer in Architecture & Urbanism for the The International Network for Traditional Building, Architecture & Urbanism.
Matthew trained as an architect at the University of Adelaide, South Australia, holds a PhD in architectural history from the University of Wales, and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. His PhD research, based at the Prince of Wales's Institute of Architecture, London, was a study of Hippocratic attitudes to climate and their influence on house planning in the classical tradition.
He was tasked with the early development of INTBAU from its instigation as a research project in late 2002 until its convergence with The Prince's Foundation for the Built Environment (PFBE) in early 2009. Matthew now works for PFBE and INTBAU, in London, UK. In his spare time he enjoys walking England's footpaths, reading, music and skiing.
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