Dr Paul Loh
Paul is a registered architect in the UK, where his built projects have been widely published and have received many awards, most notably the 2011 RIBA award for Kendrew Quadrangle for St John’s
College, Oxford. Paul’s drawings and art objects have been exhibited at the Science Gallery Melbourne, NGV Triennial, Royal Academy (London), London Design Festival and Frieze Art Fair.
Outside of the practice, he is Professor of Architecture, the Head of the Abedian School of Architecture, and the lead coordinator of the Architecture Futures Laboratory (AF_Lab) at Bond
University. He was co-director of the Advanced Digital Design and Fabrication (ADD+F) research hub at the Melbourne School of Design, University of Melbourne. Paul studied architecture
at the University of Melbourne, the University of East London (UEL), and the Architectural Association (Design Research Lab). He taught at all these institutions and lectured at ETH (Zurich),
Lund University (Sweden), and Tsinghua University (China). His research focuses on the cognitive engagement of making in design practice with digital fabrication and robotics. He gained his
doctorate at RMIT University with a dissertation on Digital Material Practice: the Agency of Making.