Dr Colin Stuhlfelder

Job Role
Senior Lecturer in Built Environment


Colin’s background is in architectural studies and he holds a masters in Art History and Theory and a PhD relating the social impact of HIV on communities in the UK.

Colin worked across various housing and construction related roles, including delivering social housing and community buildings as part of the Halsall Lloyd Partnership of architecture in Liverpool, at the Race & Housing research project in the University of Manchester, and working on challenging estates in North Liverpool as part of the social housing provider Cobalt Housing.

At the University, the team Colin is part of has delivered housing strategy across North Wales and down to the South Wales Valleys, and he has spoken on issues ranging from anti-social behaviour to tackling issues relating to the sustainable use of recourses at national and international events.

Colin is currently working on projects relating to building information modelling, housing stock conditions, and developing new material relating to architectural visualisation, and conflict & architecture.

Outside of the University, Colin is an avid if not necessarily very fast runner, and has to live with two judgemental cats; neither of whom approve of the running, but will occasionally watch a film with him.


BA (Hons) Architectural Studies

MA Art History & Theory

Doctor of Philosophy

Post Graduate Certificate in E-learning


Identity and architecture

Building information modelling

Community engagement


Computer Aided (Architectural) Design

Involvement, Governance & Neighbourhoods

Strategy & Business Planning


Stuhlfelder, C.R. (February 2014) Private Sector Housing Stock Review, Gwynedd Council, Caernarfon.

Richardson, Jane, David Cheesbrough & Colin Stuhlfelder (December 2013) Review of Corwen Community Facilities, Corwen Community Council, Corwen.

Stuhlfelder, C.R., (January 2013) The Inequalities of Fuel Poverty, Housing Quality Network, York.

Stuhlfelder, C.R (2005) Pride, Protest & Plague: A comparative study of defiance in AIDS campaigns, testimonies and protest art by affected gay and black African men, Liverpool John Moores University.