Thomas Pearce is an architectural designer and researcher based in London and Berlin.

Thomas’ research situates the potential of technologies of digital capture, simulation and fabrication between their capacity as tools for increased precision on the one hand and as generators of new uncertainties, shadows and unknowns on the other. He is currently working as a PhD researcher at the Bartlett School of Architecture (University College London, EPSRC funded) on a thesis with a working title “Parallax as a design practice between reconstruction and re-invention”.

Thomas is a Lecturer at the Bartlett School of Architecture, where he has taught as an undergraduate unit master (UG8, 2014-2019) and is now a module coordinator and tutor in the Design for Manufacture MArch programme. He has previously taught at the Architectural Association in London (2013-2017) and has been a guest critic at, amongst others, the University of Greenwich, Syracuse University and the University of California San Diego.

After having worked extensively in practice as a specialist for digital capture, design and fabrication, he now works as an independent architectural designer within a changing network of collaborations and at various scales.

Thomas holds a B.A. and M.A. (KU Leuven, Belgium) in Cultural History and a B.Sc. (TU Berlin, Germany) and M.Arch. (Bartlett, London) in Architecture.


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