Mark Pimlott (b 1958) is an artist, designer, writer, and teacher. He is Assistant Professor in the Chair of Interiors Buildings Cities, Faculty of
Architecture and the Built Environment at Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands. Pimlott studied architecture at McGill University, Montréal (1981), and the Architectural Association, London (1985), and visual art at Goldsmiths’ College, University of London (1992). His practice incorporates photography, installation, art for public places, and architectural design. Central to his concerns is art and architecture’s responsibilities towards creating conditions for individual and collective freedoms in imagination, association, agency and action. Among his realised projects are ‘World’ at BBC Broadcasting House, London (2013) and ‘La scala’, Aberystwyth (2003).

His work has been exhibited internationally, including the twelfth Biennale internazionale di architettura di Venezia (2010) in collaboration with Tony Fretton. He is the author of ‘Without and within: essays on territory and the interior’ (2007); ‘In passing: Mark Pimlott photographs’ (2010), and ‘The Public Interior as Idea and Project’ (2016). He is currently working on two books: ‘A Walk from here to an other’ (2023) and ‘Means to a beginning’ (2023). He lives and works in The Hague, Netherlands.