Neil Stevenson is a registered architect and has practised in Tokyo, London and Manchester. Since 1989 he has been a director of Sagar Stevenson Architects and has worked on many urban regeneration projects.
He has taught at Liverpool University and Manchester School of Architecture. Since 2005 he has been a part-time senior lecturer in Architecture at Hallam, where he leads MArch year 5 design studio and lectures in urban history and design.
Geologue: continuing research into Architecture and the Landscape informed by interpretive drawing.
STEVENSON, Neil (2007) Architecture Explained, Dorling Kindersley, London.
STEVENSON, Neil (1996) Annotated Architecture, Dorling Kindersley, London.
Shaping the View: Understanding Landscape through illustration, 7th International Illustration Research Symposium, Edinburgh College of Art , November 2016
Architecture Explained Pub 2007 Dorling Kindersley , London
Annotated Architecture Pub 1997 Dorling Kindersley, London
Exhibition 2013. Geologue drawings, Staithes Art Festival, Yorkshire.
Winner of the biennial RIBA & Civic Trust Sheffield Design Award, 2012 , Residential category.
New Build House, Tom Lane, Fulwood Sheffield, .August 2011
Residential Art School in converted Chapel, Staithes Yorkshire, June 2011
Schematic Proposals for FC Utd Community sports stadium, Manchester, May 2010
Led SHU student field trips to Rome, Venice, Barcelona
Member of Academy of Urbanism (AoU)M
Attended AoU congress 2008, 2009, 2010
Sheffield Urban Design Week 2009,10,11 (organising committee)