Hamish Lonergan
Curriculum vitae

Hamish Lonergan is an architect and first-year doctoral candidate in the gta Institute at ETH Zurich, where he is part of the EU Horizon 2020 project ‘TACK / Communities of Tacit Knowledge: Architecture and its Ways of Knowing’. His contribution explores the social- and cultural-construction of the tacit dimension of architectural pedagogy today. His previous research has appeared in conferences and publications including Footprint, Inflection and OASE (forthcoming). Before joining the gta, he worked at COX Architecture (2018-2020) and curated the exhibition Bathroom Gossip (Brisbane, 2019). He graduated with a Master of Architecture from the University of Queensland in 2017 where his thesis, supervised by Prof. John Macarthur, analysed the popularity of Brutalism on social media through David Hume’s aesthetics.