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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
Portfolio of drawings by Professor Professor J E A Steggall
Portfolio of drawings by Professor J E A Steggall
Archive, University of Dundee
drawing instruments
The University of Dundee also holds an archive of drawing instruments.

Thomas Deckker believed that an exhibition of drawing instruments could be tied into a programme of beautiful drawing, whether by hand or by computer.
references
Fred Dubery and John Willats: Drawing Systems

Fred Dubery and John Willats: Drawing Systems

Drawing Systems shows the development of projections in art and architecture and the conceptual principles these bring.

RIBA: Drawing Instruments

RIBA: Drawing Instruments

The catalogue of an exhibition of drawing instruments at the sadly defunct Heniz Gallery, London. The work exhibited spanned from the beautiful instruments of the renaissance and enlightenment to early CAD systems.

The RIBA drawings collection has moved to the V&A.

Science Museum: Calculating Machine and Instruments

Science Museum: Calculating Machine and Instruments

The catalogue of the collection of calculating machine and instruments, analogous in many ways to drawing instruments, in the Science Museum, London. Sadly the Science Museum has chosen to remove much of this collection from display in favour of infantile and patronising interpretive displays.

Science Museum

National Maritime Museum: The Planispheric Astrolabe

National Maritime Museum: The Planispheric Astrolabe

The planispheric astrolabe was an early navigation instrument, a forerunner of the sextant. This catalogue comes from a time when the National Maritime Museum was interested in martime history rather than political ideology, and these are no longer on display.

National Maritime Museum