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Owain Caruana-Davies (he/him) (BA, MA, PGCHE, FHEA) is a multidisciplinary designer, artist and educator whose work has been displayed internationally.

Owain is an associate lecturer on the MA Interior Design programme at the Royal College of Art. He is a fellow of the Higher Education Academy, completing a PGcertHE at Regent’s University London where he teaches on the BA (Hons) Interior Design course as first-year lead and module leader. Previous experience includes acting course leader for Foundation Fashion and Design at RUL, establishing and running a short course for international students at UAL and leading an MA studio at Canterbury School of Architecture, University for the Creative Arts (UCA) from 2017–21. His teaching is linked to previous experience as a student welfare mentor, recognising the importance of mental health awareness within higher education, and, as a queer academic, has an interest in inclusive design education.

His practice crosses art and architecture; he completed an MA at Chelsea College of Arts, UAL, receiving a distinction and the ‘Deans Award’. Owain is a PhD candidate at CCW, UAL. His research is in spatial practice, focusing on obsolescent buildings and the process of demolition/renewal, impacting on human-spatial relationships and ideas surrounding situated identity and sustainability. Owain’s work responds to existing spaces through hybrid drawing, found objects, film and photography.

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