Nigel COATES

Biography

Gender Male
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1949-03-02
Education Hanley Castle GS Malvern, Univ of Nottingham (BArch), Architectural Assoc London (AADipl, year prize, Italian Govt scholarship to Univ of Rome)
Publications N/A
Recreations contemporary art, video making, motorcycling, Italian language and culture
Clubs Groucho, Blacks
Style Prof Nigel Coates
Career architect and designer; unit master Architectural Assoc 1979-89, fndr memb Narrative Architecture Today (NATO) 1983-86, course master Bennington Coll Vermont USA 1980-81; fndr ptnr: Branson Coates Architecture (with Doug Branson) 1985-2006, Nigel Coates Designs 1987-, Nigel Coates Ltd 2009-; art dir Slamp 2009-; TV features incl: Building Sites (BBC 2) 1989, Omnibus (BBC 1) 1992; work featured in numerous int pubns and jls; lectr worldwide; prof of architectural design RCA 1995- (currently head Dept of Architecture); external examiner: Bartlett Sch of Architecture and Architectural Assoc 1993-94, Dept of Architecture Univ of Cambridge 2000-02; memb Advsy Bd ICA 1987-89, chm Architecture Ctee V&A 2003; columnist Independent on Sunday 2003-; tstee Architecture Fndn 2000-; memb Soc of Authors; >ir< with Branson Coates: Arca di Noe Japan 1988, Katharine Hamnett Shop London 1988, Hotel Otaru Marittimo Japan 1989, Nishi Azabu Wall Tokyo 1990, Taxim Nightclub Istanbul 1991, Art Silo Building Tokyo 1993, La Forêt and Nautilus Restaurants Schiphol Airport Amsterdam 1993, shops for Jigsaw women and men's fashion in UK, Ireland and Japan, new depts for Liberty store Regent's Street, Bargo bar Glasgow 1996, gallery extention of Geffrye Museum London 1998, Nat Centre for Popular Music Sheffield 1999, Body Zone Millennium Dome Greenwich 2000, Inside Out (Br Cncl int travelling exhbn) 2001, Marketing Suite and Roman Amphitheatre display London 2002; Living Bridge Exhbn Royal Acad 1996, Erotic Design Exhbn Design Museum 1996, Br Exhbn Lisbon '98, Powerhouse::uk Horseguards Parade London 1998, House to Home Exhbn Houses of Parliament 2004; with Nigel Coates Ltd: Middle and Over Wallop Restaurant Glyndebourne 2009; >ir< Metropole and Jazz furniture collections (for Rockstone) 1986, Noah collection (for SCP) 1988, Female, He-man and She-woman mannequins (for Omniate) 1988, Tongue chair (for SCP) 1989, carpet collection (for V'soske Joyce) 1990, Slipper chair (for Hitch Mylius) 1994, collection of mannequins (for Stockman London) 1994, David collection (for Liberty) 1995, glassware (for Simon Moore) 1997, Oyster Furniture Collection (for Lloyd Loom of Spalding) 1998-, OXO sofa system (for Hitch Mylius) 1998, Fiesolani glassware collection (for Salvati) 2002, Tête á Tête furniture and glassware collection (for Fornasetti) 2002, Dafne lamps (for Slamp) 2003, Shoom bowl (for Alessi) 2004, Lighting Collections (Slamp) 2005-, Veneziani Collections (A V Mazzega) 2008-, Scubism Collection (Fratelli Boffi) 2008-, Pandada Table (Pandamoneum auction WWF) 2009, Cloudelier (Swarovski Crystal Palace) 2009, Rollover and Loop Collections (Varaschin) 2009, Tulipino Vases (Simon Moore) 2009, Animalia (Fratelli Boffi) 2010; >ir< incl: British Pavilion (Venice Biennale) 2000, Latent Utopias (Graz) 2002, Micro Utopias (Valencia Bienual) 2003, Vextacity (Fabbrica Europa Florence) 2003, Hypnerotosphere (Venice Biennale) 2008, Battersea Gods Home Super Contemporary Exhibition (Design Museum) 2009, Baroccabilly (Galleria Camera 16 Milan) 2010; work exhibited in London, Milan, NY, Paris and Tokyo and in the collections of V&A London, Cooper-Hewitt NY and FRAC Orleans France; >ir< Inter-Design Award for contrib to Japanese cities through architectural work 1990; with Branson Coates: finalist BBC Design Awards 1994, finalist invited competition for luxury highrise apartments Beirut 1995, invited competition for Millennium Markers Richmond 1995, winner of Concept House (Oyster House) 1998
Food and drink etiquette

Food and drink etiquette

Debrett's notebooks

Debrett's notebooks

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