Dr Ro Spankie

Principal Lecturer

DepartmentArchitecture and Cities
Research groupRepresentation, Fabrication, Computing

Research outputs

Seminar: What or Who is Your Travelling Companion?
Spankie, R. 2020. Seminar: What or Who is Your Travelling Companion? ARB; Art at the Alison Richard Building, University of Cambridge. 02 Mar - 10 Apr 2020

Travelling Companions
Spankie, R. 2020. Travelling Companions. ARB; Art at the Alison Richard Building, University of Cambridge. 02 Mar - 10 Apr 2020

Revisiting Sigmund Freud’s Diagrams of the Mind
Spankie, R. 2019. Revisiting Sigmund Freud’s Diagrams of the Mind. Social Analysis: The International Journal of Anthropology. 63 (4), pp. 20-42. doi:10.3167/sa.2019.630402

Within the Cimeras: Spaces of Imagination
Spankie, R. 2019. Within the Cimeras: Spaces of Imagination. in: Psarra, S. (ed.) Production Sites: Architecture, Media, Text Abingdon, Oxon Routledge.

Lines of Enquiry: drawing out Sigmund Freud’s study and consulting room
Spankie, R. 2018. Lines of Enquiry: drawing out Sigmund Freud’s study and consulting room . in: Marinic, G. (ed.) The Interior Architecture Theory Reader Routledge. pp. 178-185

Within the Cimeras: Spaces of Imagination
Spankie, R. 2015. Within the Cimeras: Spaces of Imagination. Production Sites: Resituating the Culture of Architectural Knowledge. Bartlett School of Architecture UCL 28 - 30 Jul 2015

‘Revisiting Sigmund Freud’s Diagrams of the Mind’
Spankie, R. 2016. ‘Revisiting Sigmund Freud’s Diagrams of the Mind’ . Diagrammatic: Beyond Inscription?. CRASSH Centre For Research In The Arts, Social Sciences And Humanities), University of Cambridge, 02 - 03 Dec 2016

What is interiors? An essay on lining, concealing, and making one’s mark
Spankie, R. 2017. What is interiors? An essay on lining, concealing, and making one’s mark. Interiors Design/Architecture/Culture. 8 (1-2), pp. 16-20. doi:10.1080/20419112.2017.1321825

The Magic Screen: A History of Regent Street Cinema
Hunningher, J., Morgan-Tamosunas, R., Osborn, G. and Spankie, R. Penn, E. (ed.) 2015. The Magic Screen: A History of Regent Street Cinema. London University of Westminster.

The ‘Old Cinema’ a dissolving view’
Spankie, R. 2015. The ‘Old Cinema’ a dissolving view’ . in: Penn, E. (ed.) The Magic Screen: A History of the Regent Street Cinema London University of Westminster. pp. 15-64

The legal history of the Old Cinema: from 'disorderly house' to high-class cinematograph
Osborn, G. 2015. The legal history of the Old Cinema: from 'disorderly house' to high-class cinematograph. in: Hunningher, J., Morgan-Tamosunas, R., Osborn, G. and Spankie, R. (ed.) The magic screen: a history of Regent Street Cinema London University of Westminster. pp. 65-103

Sigmund Freud’s desk: An Anecdoted Guide
Spankie, R. 2015. Sigmund Freud’s desk: An Anecdoted Guide. London Freud Museum.

The art of borrowing
Spankie, R. 2013. The art of borrowing. in: Brooker, G. and Weinthal, L. (ed.) Handbook of interior architecture and design Oxford Berg. pp. 428-440

Drawing out the censors’ room
Spankie, R. 2012. Drawing out the censors’ room. Interior territories: IDEA (Interior Architecture Educators Association) Journal. 2012, pp. 73-87.

Patterns of occupation
Spankie, R. and Ana, A. 2011. Patterns of occupation. in: Meade, T. (ed.) Occupation: negotiations with constructed space Brighton University of Brighton.

Review of ‘Speculative Models; Air Grid & the Blossoming of Perspective
Spankie, R. 2009. Review of ‘Speculative Models; Air Grid & the Blossoming of Perspective. Journal of Architecture. 14 (4), pp. 533-540. doi:10.1080/13602360903119801

Drawing out the interior
Spankie, R. 2009. Drawing out the interior. Switzerland AVA Academia.

Modelling the interior: opening up the dolls house
Araujo, A. and Spankie, R. 2009. Modelling the interior: opening up the dolls house. Interior territories: IDEA (Interior Architecture Educators Association) Journal. 2009, pp. 62-71.





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