Frank Lyons

British architect, Frank Lyons (MPhil, Dip Arch(Dist), RIBA) is a Teaching Fellow at the University of Bath, and Director of Humane Architecture Ltd, an award winning Bristol practice—with RIBA Country House Competition awards—Wiswell, Lancashire and Grafton New Hall, Cheshire, and the prestigious ’Alexandria Library’, Egypt, and Wroclaw Concert Hall, Poland, awards. Frank was Director of Programmes at University of Plymouth where he created the postgraduate programme in Humane Architecture. Since 2010, as faculty at University of Bath, he has lectured internationally and recently became qualified in Maharishi Sthāpatya Veda. Frank is the author of The Architecture of Nothingness: An Explanation of the Objective Basis of Beauty in Architecture and the Arts—the result of a quest he began after winning the RIBA Silver Medal as a young aspiring architect.

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