Past Publications and Talks

Please also see Clare’s book and related book events.

See Clare next at RIBA Guerilla Tactics Conference on 14th November 2017


Clare Nash book launch at Oxford Brookes University listen here

RIBAJ article with Piers Taylor

Read the article here

Clare Nash and Piers Taylor

RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) article about Clare Nash who was chosen as one of 12 role models to promote diversity in the profession.

Read the article here.


Clare Nash RIBA Role Model

RIBAJ article about CNA’s office-less office.

Read more here.      Who needs an office - RIBAJ

Teach Passiv News

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Clare Nash gave a talk at the AECB Conference Bradford 2013

Can Vernacular Technologies be used to Inform Modern Sustainable Housing Design?

Here is the link to the downloadable slides from the presentation

Laura Mark (technical reporter at the Architect’s Journal) also wrote a nice review of the talk in Green Building Magazine. Click on the article below to view.












Clare Nash Features in Helmdon Voice Newsletter and Website

Clare Nash Village Community ProjectClare Nash provided architectural services free of charge for this village community project. Helmdon Jubilee Gates are two walls either side of the road on entrance to the village. They were built by Patrick Gartside and commemorate the Queen’s Jubilee 2012.

See full article here

Have a look at the project page for the Jubilee Walls


Oxford Brookes Masters in Architectural Regeneration

Clare Nash completed a masters at Oxford School of Architecture called:

Can Vernacular Technologies be used to Inform Modern Sustainable Housing Design?

This involved a 6 month field trip abroad to South America, Australia, Papua New Guinea, Vietnam and China looking at case studies, interviewing the residents of the sustainable housing and the architects or designers. On return to the UK Clare Nash also visited and researched three UK case studies including Kevin McCloud’s Swindon housing scheme.

Clare Nash Masters Can Vernacular Technologies Be Used in a Modern Day Context to Create Modern Sustainable Housing Design?