Roger Mullin has practiced Architecture in Canada, the USA and Germany and has lectured in the USA, Africa, Norway and Ireland. His work has been published with OnSite magazine, Building Magazine, the Journal of Architectural Education and the Welsh journal, MADE. He is currently a full-time tenured faculty member at Dalhousie University School of Architecture, Halifax, Nova Scotia where he graduated in 1998 with distinction and was awarded the Adjelenin Award for Aesthetics in Structures.
Roger was profiled in Promising Young Architects, Making Their Mark, in the National Building News Magazine and selected as one of eight critical architects to participate in a national lecture series and exhibition titled: ‘The Roadshow: Architectural Landscapes of Canada’.
In 2006 the collaborative project. ‘Le Theatre Petit Cercle’ was awarded the Lieutenant Governor General of Nova Scotia Masterwork Arts Award, the Associate Collegiate Schools of Architecture’s Best Collaborative Practice Award, and the Design Exchange and the National Post’s Gold Award for Best Public Commercial Building in Canada.
Roger’s research interests investigate the materiality of architecture and industry as they impact coastal conditions and landscapes. This is bracketed by methods of drawing and design-build. Developments of these activities are carried by community partnerships and field-work.
In 2009-2010 Roger will co-author a book that culminates a 5-year drawing and photographic study of coastal landscapes and architecture in Canada, Norway, Iceland and Ireland.