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Oxford Summer Courses
Radcliffe Camera, Oxford [photo by Thomas Deckker]
Architecture Summer Course
University of Westminster
Economist Plaza, London [photo by Thomas Deckker]
Research Committee 2015 - 2017
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
Tay Bridge, Dundee from the 'Red' Series
Visiting Fellow 2007 - 2013
Thomas Deckker 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 1998/99
Degree Unit G 1991-1999
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
Models of Platonic Solids belonging to Professor J E A Steggall>
Models of Platonic Solids belonging to Professor J E A Steggall
Archive, University of Dundee
mathematical models
The University of Dundee holds an archive of mathematical models from 3 generations of professors: Thomas Claxton Fidler (1841-1917), John Steggall (1855-1935) and William Peddie (1861-1946), all who had connections with Patrick Geddes and D'Arcy Wentworth Thompson, the author of On Growth and Form, thus indirectly influencing architects and engineers around the world.

Thomas Deckker proposed an exhibition of mathematical models in architecture, from the Platonic Solids to the advanced geometry of parametric objects.

With many thanks to Matthew Jarron, Archivist, University of Dundee.
Store cupboard of models belonging to Professor J E A Steggall
Store cupboard of models belonging to Professor J E A Steggall
Store cupboard of models belonging to Professor J E A Steggall
Archive, University of Dundee
references
Henry Moore: Sculpture, Science Museum

Henry Moore: Sculpture, Science Museum
The great sculptor Henry Moore explored the aesthetics of ruled surface, that is, curves made up of straight lines.

The exhibition Intersections: Henry Moore and Stringed Surfaces was organised by the Royal Society and held concurrently at the Royal Society and Science Museum.

Henry Moore's studio is open to the public. 

Series of Glass Klein Bottles by Alan Bennett, Science Museum

Series of Glass Klein Bottles by Alan Bennett, Science Museum
Klein bottles are 3-dimensional objects with one surface. The Science Museum holds a large collection of Alan Bennett's work.