Alan Dunlop Architects
Professor Alan Dunlop is an architect with a portfolio of award winning buildings and a fellow of the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland.
He completed a successful period as the Distinguished Victor L. Regnier Visiting Chair in Architecture at Kansas State University; the Mahlum Endowed Lecturer at the University of Washington and as Chair of Contemporary Architectural Practice at the University of Liverpool. He is currently a visiting professor at Robert Gordon University, Scott Sutherland School of Architecture and the University of Liverpool.
Alan Dunlop was external examiner at XJTLU School of Architecture, Suzhou, China and guided the school toward RIBA accreditation in 2014. XJTLU is the first school of architecture on mainland China to receive accreditation from the RIBA.
He has written extensively on architecture and urban design in a number of professional journals and had peer reviewed papers on architecture published internationally and completed some of Scotland's most important and architecturally significant building and urban design projects, including the internationally recognised Radisson SAS hotel, Hazelwood School and Sentinel. These projects have won over fifty international and national design awards and were driven by a desire for architectural excellence and also a deep knowledge of a city, its history and context..
Two books on his work: “Challenging Contextualism” ISBN 1-903653-15-0 and “Curious Rationalism” ISBN1-903653-37-1 have been published.