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Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership

Jason Pomeroy is an award-winning architect, academic, author and TV presenter, regarded as one of the World’s thought leaders in sustainable design. His career has spanned Europe, The Middle East and Asia and includes a number of notable projects, including the first carbon negative house and zero carbon community in Asia, and Indonesia’s ‘Silicon Valley’. He is the Founder of sustainable urbanism, architecture, design and research firm, Pomeroy Studio, and sustainable education provider, Pomeroy Academy.



He holds professorships at the University of Nottingham and James Cook University; and leads a sustainable urbanism studio at the University of Cambridge as part of the Interdisciplinary Design for the Built Environment Programme. He lectures globally and is the author of: 'Idea House: Future Tropical Living Today'; 'The Skycourt and skygarden: greening the urban habitat'; 'Pod Off-Grid: Explorations into Low Energy Waterborne Communities', and 'Cities of opportunities: connecting culture and innovation'.

Jason works to raise awareness of the cultural role architecture plays in society. He was both consultant and host of the architecture / urbanism TV series’ 'Smart Cities 2.0', 'City Time Traveller', 'City Redesign' and 'Futuropolis', which aired throughout Asia, Middle East and Europe.

He gained Undergraduate and Postgraduate degrees from the Canterbury School of Architecture, a Masters degree from the University of Cambridge, and a PhD from the University of Westminster.

Professor Jason  Pomeroy
Founding Principal, Pomeroy Studio