Benjamin Koslowski

PhD Work

MA work


With mobile communications and networked social activity constantly challenging traditional notions of privacy, can a theatrical urban landscape act as the stage for our desire to make ourselves visible, while becoming the living-room for a densified and diversified part of the City?

Notions of display and concealment, the carving out of pockets of privacy, as well as the unawareness of one’s visibility are core themes of the architectural investigation. The landscape becomes the spatial relative of Facebook, Twitter and Grindr: an augmented urban theatre-scape.


  • Benjamin Koslowski
  • PhD


    School of Communication


    Information Experience Design, 2013–2018

  • MA Degree


    School of Architecture


    MA Architecture, 2011

  • Benjamin is a designer and researcher and has a background in architecture with an MA from the Royal College of Art. He has previously worked in architectural practice on projects ranging from small-scale interior design to the masterplan for London’s Athletes Village for the 2012 Olympic Games. From 2011 until 2013 he was a Research Associate at the Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design, where his work was focused on analysing and improving the use of work environments through in-depth user research, resulting in the development of a design framework to act upon the findings of the research. In addition to his research activity, Benjamin is a Visiting Lecturer in Interiors at Middlesex University.

  • Degrees

  • BA (Hons), Architecture, University of Greenwich, 2008
  • Experience

  • Architectural assistant, DLA Architecture, London, 2006–2007; Architectural assistant, Fletcher Priest Architects, London, 2007–2010