Liverpool Skyline

Liverpool School of Art and Design

Ms Gladys Masey-Martinez

Publications

Design

Masey-Martinez G, Lo P. 2008. 'TIDEBEAT' Street Installation

Engagement & Impact

Award:

1994 United Kingdom Association of Ironmongers National Award to Pickles-Martinez Architects- Blackburne House, United Kingdom Association of Ironmongers

1995 Royal Institute of British Architects RIBA North West Region Award. Pickles-Martinez Architects- Blackburne House., Royal Institute of British Architects RIBA North West Region

1995 RIBA United Kingdom Award to Pickles-Martinez Architects- Refurbishment of Blackburne House. Hope Street, Liverpool, Royal Institute of British Architects RIBA

1996 Merseyside Civic Society Award for Conservation to Pickles-Martinez Architects- Refurbisment Blackburne House., Merseyside Civic Society Award for Conservation.

External collaboration:

Proudman Oceanographic Institute, Colin Bell- Head of Applications

External committees:

Board Member -Technical and Development Committee -Committee of Management, Pierhead Housing Association, Liverpool

Fellowships:

FRSA Fellow, The Royal Society of Art

Membership of professional bodies:

Architect, Architects Registration Board- UK

Other invited event:

'Creating a Cathedral', The Lady Chapel, Liverpool Anglican Cathedral., Event organized by Dr Emma Roberts. Participation as member of the panel at the public conversations on the construction and architecture of the Liverpool Anglican Cathedral. With Professor John Tarn, Historian Joseph Sharples, Cathedral Surveyor Martyn Coppin and Dr Robert MacDonald.

'Le Corbusier At The Crypt' Exhibition., The Crypt, Liverpool Catholic Cathedral of Christ The King., In collaboration with Philip Lo, organization of exhibition invigilation with students from the Liverpool School of Art and Design for the 15 week duration of exhibition. Event in partnership with RIBA Trust, The Getty Foundation, Vitra and Le Corbusier Foundation. Contribution to design discussions and proposals with exhibition curator Graeme Russell.

Teaching qualification:

FHEA The Higher Education Academy Fellowship