Timothy Daniel Brownlee is an Architect and a PhD in Technologies for Architecture.

He works mainly on residential design, interiors, outdoor spaces, schools, retail, energy efficiency, and sustainability.

As a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Camerino, he works on climate change adaptation strategies. His researches are also focused on how outdoor urban spaces can be used in effective ways, improving the life quality of inhabitants, using outdoor temporary architectures as hybrid and variable places, or as flexible containers for multiple activities.