Nick Gillieron
 
 
Lecturer AudioScape 3D  - a new ambisonic platform for sound design  
   
   
     
BSc Arch, Dip Arch(Hons), RIBA

Worked in the audio visual industry for twelve years in London for Avcom, specialising in projection and audio reproduction systems

Qualified as an architect in 1990 from London Metropolitan University, (formerly The Polytechnic of North London) having worked as a student with private residential developers in London and PRP Architects in Hampton Court.
From an initial background in private and public housing, I then worked on University projects at CPH Architects in Clapham, and in addition, special projects for Hackney Council, and new school projects in Berkshire. After 10 years with CPH a move was made back to PRP Architects working on large scale developer housing projects at Kew, Sutton, Shepperton, Grays, and Eco housing in Thamesmead for Gallions Housing Association. In 2002 I was part of a small team winning the RIBA Holistic Hotel competition.

In 2005 I started working as an independent architect, working on special audio projects for PGAD, and particularly the promotion of immersive 3D soundfields for special installations. (theatre, museum, exhibition and interactive, digital and sound artists), including
3D AUDIOSCAPE.

As an architect, I work largely on small scale domestic and commercial projects.
 


 
 
     
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