Senior Lecturer - Architecture
Telephone:020 7815 7155
School/Division:Built Environment and Architecture / Architecture
Mike Kane is a Senior Lecturer in Architecture and Director of KMK Architects. He has taught at London South Bank University for 20 years, and runs the re/source studio 22 for the MArch Architecture course. He has recently coordinated the RIBA Climate Change Conference at the University.
His primary interest focuses on the ways in which cities can prepare themselves for the changes in climate, limitations on resources, and unprecedented urban growth. He has regularly contributed to the Energy & Resource efficiency module and has a keen interest in the low-carbon and resource efficient Architecture. His focus is concerned with a progressive and informed achitectural design approach & the energy input to construction prior to occupation.
Prior to running re/source studio 22, mike ran studios with Peter Allison and David Adjay, amongst others.
He is a longstanding member of the Southwark Design Review Panel for current planning proposals for the Borough.
As an Architect, his practice has built several published buildings in London and has published throughout Europe. Recently their Lantern Apartments project was selected for the 'Best of Housing' edition book by Detail as the only case study on new build housing scheme in the UK, from a worldwide selection.
- Senior Lecturer, studio master re/source Studio 22 PGDip. Architecture
- Contributor, Energy & Resource Efficiency in Architecture module PGDip. Architecture
Most recent publications
Kane, M and Yee, R The Walworth alternative: Retaining and enhancing Britain’s social housing estates utilising contemporary timber construction. Journal of Green Building, 12. 11-35. DOI 10.3992/1552-6126.96.36.199More publications at LSBU Research Open
Mike is registered with the Architects Registration Board (ARB).
- Director KMK Architects
- Member of the Southwark Design Review Panel, 2009 to present