A travel agency that doesn't sell holidays


KEELEY TRAVEL is a travel agency that doesn’t sell holidays, run by architectural historian Tom Keeley. It is interested in the echo between people and their surroundings, and what the gaze of the tourist can show us about the everyday through architectures, landscapes, histories and geographies.

KEELEY TRAVEL works in relation to one destination at a time, undertaking research and designed projects where the process and outputs are determined by the site-specifics of the destination itself. The travel agency produces brochures that act a a newsletter in relation to this work.

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Tom Keeley (Birmingham, UK, 1982) is an architectural historian working between architecture, geography, landscape and culture through site-specific writing, practice-based research, and printed matter. He teaches architectural design at the Welsh School of Architecture, and is currently undertaking at PhD funded by the London Arts & Humanities Partnership at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL.

Previous projects include fanzine Go Sheffield! and experimental university Learning from Kilburn. He has worked for organisations including The Architecture Foundation (London, UK), Storefront for Art and Architecture (New York, USA), and Space Caviar (Genoa, Italy). His work has been exhibited internationally, including at the Salone del Mobile Milano and the Venice Architecture Biennale; and is held in the collections of the National Art Library at the V&A in London, and the School of Architecture Library at Princeton University.

© Tom Keeley 2019