Dr Sam Ridgway
Sam Ridgway is an Associate Professor in the School of Architecture & Built Environment. He has a B. Arch. (Hons) and a M. Arch. (research) from The University of Adelaide and a PhD from The University of Sydney. He is a specialist in architectural construction and design, with over 25 years of experience in research, teaching and architectural practice. He has taught and delivered lectures nationally and internationally including at the Universities of Sydney, Edinburgh, and Hong Kong, at the Washington Alexandria Architecture Center (Virginia Tech) and Carleton University in Ottawa.
He has held senior leadership positions including Acting Head of School (2010 – 2011), Coordinator of the Master of Architecture (2008 – 2015), and member of the School’s Executive Committee (2013 – 2015). Sam has been a registered architect in South Australia since 1988.
Sam’s research focuses on the fundamentals of architectural design theory, on the way designs are conceived and buildings are constructed to enhance their occupants’ well-being. Key areas of interest include architectural representation, and the relationship between buildings and the human body. This builds on his earlier research in the field of the history, theory, practice and pedagogy of architectural construction. In 2015 he published a book in which he explored the relationship between the theory, drawings and buildings of the remarkable architectural teacher, theorist and architect, Marco Frascari.
|2016||Associate Professor||The University of Adelaide|
|2007 - 2015||Senior Lecturer||The University of Adelaide|
|1996 - 2006||Lecturer||The University of Adelaide|
|1990 - 1992||Lecturer Level A||The University of Adelaide|
|1988 - 1989||Contract Architect||(Rod Roach Architects, Hassell Architects, Housing Trust of South Australia)|
|1984 - 1987||Graduate Architect||(Ancher Mortlock and Woolley Architects, Sydney; Woods Bagot Architects, Adelaide and Launceston; Hassell Architects Adelaide)|
|University of Adelaide||Australia||M.Arch. (1996)|
|University of Sydney||Australia||PhD (2010)|
|University of Adelaide||Australia||B.Arch. (1984)|
|1988||Registered Architect||The Architectural Practice Board of South Australia|
|2009||Ridgway, R. (2009). The representation of construction. Architectural Theory Review, 14, 3, 267-283.
|2006||Ridgway, R. (2006). The imagination of construction. ARQ: Architectural Research Quarterly, 9, 3/4, 188-196.
|2006||Ridgway, R. (2006). Drawing construction: Reflections on the work of Alberto Perez-Gomez. Architectural Theory Review, 11, 2, 85-100.
|2005||Ridgway, R. (2005). Constructing tales: Sam Ridgway interviews Marco Frascari (Washington / Alexandria May 2004). Architectural Theory Review, 10, 2, 66-88.|
|2004||Ridgway, R. & Leatherbarrow, D. (2004). On common ground: Sam Ridgway interviews David Leatherbarrow. Architectural Theory Review, 9, 2, 91-103.|
|2004||Ridgway, R. (2004). Concrete poetry: Concrete Architecture in Australia - review. Architecture Australia, Sep/Oct, 44-44.|
|2003||Ridgway, R. (2003). Construction knowledge and the design studio: the question of integration. Architectural Theory Review, 8, 2, 150-161.|
|2003||Ridgway, R. (2003). Fish Bones. Architecture Bulletin, 18, March/April, -.|
|2003||Ridgway, R. (2003). Richard Francis-Jones interviewed by Sam Ridgway. Architectural Theory Review, 8, 1, 1-14.|
|2002||Ridgway, R. (2002). Radar Interior - Review (The big end of town). Architecture Australia, Sept/Oct, 44-46.|
|2000||Ridgway, R. (2000). Building a site for thinking: Teaching first year building construction. Architectural Theory Review, 5, 2, 14-26.
|2015||Ridgway, R. (2015). Architectural Projects of Marco Frascari: The Pleasure of a Demonstration. Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate Publishing.
|2013||Ridgway, R. (2013). Pleasurable demonstrations delightful monsters: Marco Frascari's master's apartment for the Class of 1925. In R. Connah (Ed.), A carefully folded ham sandwich: towards a critical phenomenology (pp. 73-85). Canada: FAD Design House.|
|2007||Ridgway, R. (2007). Drawing on light. In M. Frascari, J. Hale & B. Starkey (Eds.), From Models to Drawings (pp. 219-230). UK: Routledge.|
|2002||Ridgway, R. (2002). Constructing difference: Building the Meridien Bank in Lusaka. CAMEA International Symposium. Samer Akkach (Ed.) Adelaide, Australia.|
|2002||Ridgway, R. (2002). Starting from scratch - Building the Meridien Bank in Lusaka. Annual Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians Australia and New Zealand. J. Macarthur & A. Moulis (Eds.) Brisbane, Australia.|
|2016||Ridgway, R., (2016). The Villa Rosa: Angels and Angles, You Tube,|
|2002||Ridgway, R., (2002). Architectural Work (Private House),|