Mark Gower is the Course Leader of BA (Hons) Interior Architecture & Design at UCA Farnham and is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
Before joining the university, Mark was Principal Lecturer and Head of the Fashion and Design Programmes at Regent’s University London where he also practiced in the field of design.
Mark graduated from the Royal College of Art (RCA) in 1999 with an MA in Architecture and Interiors and formerly attended Kingston University, where he achieved a BA (Hons) in Interior Design with First Class Honours. While at the RCA Mark received a commendation for his dissertation entitled ‘Football's hidden Architecture'.
Mark has worked with various design companies, including Imagination Ltd. and Studio db, on projects ranging from the recent redevelopment of Fenwick on Bond Street, to designing a European tour stage set for a pop band. Mark has been responsible for leading design teams for major clients in the UK and worldwide including Hong Kong and India. His clients have included Aquascutum, B&Q, Land Rover and Eureka! The museum for Children