Thomas Matthew BARRIE Biography,Bibliography,Books Review,Publications,Career,Email Address

American, b. 1955.

Genres: Architecture, Urban studies.

Career: Architectural Resources Cambridge Inc., Cambridge, MA, architect, 1980; Huygens & DiMella Inc., Boston, MA, architect, 1981-83; Payette Associates Inc., Boston, architect, 1983-87; Roger Williams University, Bristol, RI, adjunct professor of design, 1987-90; Boston Architectural Center, Boston, instructor in drawing, 1990; Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, England, visiting lecturer in design, history, and theory of architecture, 1990-91; Victoria University of Manchester, Manchester, visiting lecturer in design, history, and theory of architecture, 1991-92; Lawrence Technological University, Southfield, MI, associate professor of design, history, and theory of architecture, 1993-, head of faculty council, 1997. Thomas Barrie Architects, architect, (in Boston), 1987-90, and (in Royal Oak, MI), 1993; work represented in exhibitions; guest lecturer at universities.

Publications: Spiritual Path, Sacred Place: Myth, Ritual, and Meaning in Architecture, 1996; Community Visions of Royal Oak: Rebuilding the American Small City, 1997. Contributor of articles and reviews to architecture journals and local periodicals.

Address: College of Architecture and Design, Lawrence Technological University, 21000 West Ten-Mile Rd., Southfield, MI 48075, U.S.A.

Online Address: barrie@ltu.edu