Forsyth, Michael (de Jong)
FORSYTH, Michael (de Jong)
FORSYTH, Michael (de Jong). British, b. 1951. Genres: Architecture. Career: Architect in the U.S. Virgin Islands and in Gothenburg, Sweden, 1972-73; Arthur Erickson Architects and Parkin Partnership, Toronto, Ontario, architect, 1976-79; University of Bristol, Bristol, England, lecturer in architecture, 1979-84, research fellow in drama, 1984-90; special lecturer in theatre architecture, 1990-; writer. Visiting lecturer at University of Toronto, University of Wales, University of Bath, University of London, Brighton University, and Plymouth University. Forsyth Chartered Architects, director; Plato Consortium Lt., member of board of directors; University of Bath, director of studies, MSc in the conservation of historic buildings; British School at Rome, member of selection board for the Rome Prize in architecture; Friends of the Victoria Art Gallery, Bath, chairman of executive committee; Bath Preservation Trust, member of executive committee. Radio and television broadcaster for British Broadcasting Corporation; violinist. Publications: Buildings for Music: The Architect, the Musician, and the Listener from the Seventeenth Century to the Present Day, 1985; Auditoria: Designing for the Performing Arts, 1987. Address: Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering, University of Bath, Bath BA2 7AY, England. Online address: [email protected]
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