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Robin Jenkins

Profession
Interior and Spatial Design Senior Lecturer
College
Chelsea College of Arts
Robin  Jenkins

Biography

Robin Jenkins’ research includes the establishing of a Lifeboat Service in Japan and the design of “Instant Lifeboat Station”. He is an active lifeboat crew member with the Thames Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) and a practicing artist.

Jenkins graduated from the Architectural Association in London and worked in professional practices for eight years before becoming a tutor at University of the Arts London.

On the BA Interior and Spatial Design course at Chelsea College of Arts Jenkins is:

  • Design Research Studio leader for Design and Survive: research and design for disaster on local and global scales
  • Third year coordinator
  • First and second year tutor

He is also responsible for a tutor group on the MA Interior and Spatial Design.

Jenkins has a studio in south London, but his practice also sees him working in south Wales, Japan and Greece.

He is currently working on a publication about work created over the last 10 years, looking at the link between design, home, memory and the need to survive.

Links

www.atlantic-pacific.wix.com/atlantic-to-pacific

www.severnboy.blogspot.co.uk

BA Interior and Spatial Design

MA Interior and Spatial Design