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The University of Westminster
Guedes Apartment, São Paulo [photo by Michael Frantzis]
Research Committee 2015 -
King's College London
Praça do Tres Poderes, Brasília
Visiting Researcher 2014 -
The University of Dundee
Dundee Waterfront 2012
Fellow, Geddes Institute of Urban Research 2013 -
The University of Dundee
Landscape Research Unit: 2007/2008
Visiting Fellow 2007 - 2013
Universität Liechtenstein
Workshop: 1999/2000
Workshops 1996-2004
EuropaForum
Sarajevo Workshop: 1997
Workshop in Sarajevo 1997
The University of East London
The
Atelier Project in
Teaching
The Atelier Project in Teaching
The University of East London
Degree Unit G 1998/9
➲ Degree Unit G 1998/99
Degree Unit G 1997/9
➲ Degree Unit G 1997/98
Degree Unit G 1996/97
➲ Degree Unit G 1996/97
Degree Unit G 1995/96
➲ Degree Unit G 1995/96
Degree Unit G 1994/95
➲ Degree Unit G 1994/95
Degree Unit G 1993/94
Degree Unit G 1992/93
Degree Unit G 1991/92

The University of East London
Visual Studies, First Year 1991-1994
Visual Studies, First Year 1991-1994
Architectural Association
AA Diploma 11 1988-89: End of Year Exhibition
Tutor, Diploma School 1988-1989
AA Diploma 11 1988-89: End of Year Exhibition
AA Diploma 11 1988-89
End of Year Exhibition
Thomas Deckker: Tutor, AA Diploma 11
Architectural Association 1988-89
Thomas Deckker was tutor, with Christoph Langhof as Unit Master, in Diploma Unit 11.

Projects were set in the former docks in London, then undergoing their initial development and an exciting tabula rasa.

> The Book of the Year 1 [University of East London 1994]
AA Diploma 11 1988-89: Workshop in the former Rozhdestvensky Monastery, Moscow Institute of Architecture
AA Diploma 11 1988-89
Workshop in the former (and future) Rozhdestvensky Monastery, Moscow Institute of Architecture
Thomas Deckker was the leader, with Christoph Langhof, of the first visit by a European school of architecture to the Moscow Institute of Architecture at a critical junction in its history - the end of the Soviet Union and the first opening to Europe.

The theme of the workshop was the work of the constructivist architect Yakov Chernikhov. Thomas Deckker acknowledges the assistance of the late Catherine Cooke and was pleased to publish her article "Cities of Socialism: technology and ideology in the Soviet Union in the 1920s" in The Modern City Revisted.