Roger Connah

Roger William Connah, lives in Ruthin, North Wales, UK. He is currently Associate Professor, Azrieli School of Architecture & Urbanism, Carleton University (Ottawa), Visiting Professor, School of Art and Design, Guangdong University of Technology ( Guangzhou, China), and International Chair (2017-2019) Sushant School of Art and Architecture (Gurgaon, India). Responsible for a series of publications, exhibitions, films carried out over 4 decades in Finland, Sweden, India, Pakistan, Italy, USA, UK, and Canada, he has published over 20 books on architecture, art, material culture, cinema and society, including: Writing Architecture, MIT Press (1989), Being: An Architect, Ian Ritchie (with Roger Connah) Royal Academy London (2014); Finland: Modern Architecture in History (Reaktion Press 2005); Aaltomania (2001), How Architecture Got its Hump (MIT 2000); Welcome to the Hotel Architecture (MIT 1999); Architectures of Thought (2021); Heron-Mazy Studio (Connah-Maruszczak founded 2001) architectural studio for alternative projects: Chromopolis (2002), Revenge on the Lawn White House Redux, Storefront 1st Prize (2008); Kite Running Architecture (Bengaluru 2015); Architects can’t be Existentialists (2012); Nexus: Designing Disruption and Celebration (Ahmedabad with NID 1986), Shelter (Delhi 1987); SatishGujral Retrospective (Delhi,1988), amongst others.