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University of Strathclyde Architecture

Posted by on February 19, 2023 – 04:01 pm

University of Strathclyde Architecture

TO SHELTER PART 2 You ll investigate the fundamental need of man “to shelter”. The project concentrates on the ‘setting’ - the connection of “inside to outside” and the implications of making a mark in the landscape. To Dwell You re introduced to the challenges of designing to a brief within the context of the urban environment. The specific issue explored is the nature of domesticity - what it means “to dwell”. TO SETTLE You ll engage with real clients in order to develop a programmatic response, delivering a public building in the city. ARB/RIBA…

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University of Ulster Architecture

Posted by on December 1, 2022 – 02:06 pm

University of Ulster Architecture

The Belfast School of Architecture is almost unique in the UK and Ireland in gathering architecture, architectural technology, furniture and product design, and interior design under one roof. It is likewise almost unique to be in the centre of a Faculty with engineering and planning as the School of Built Environment on one side and the Belfast School of Art on the other. This suits us perfectly, for we are a School that draws on that breadth for our teaching and research. The School educates architects, designers and technologists to help create…

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University Rankings for Architecture

Posted by on October 2, 2022 – 12:07 pm

University Rankings for Architecture

Woodbury University is a private institution that was founded in 1884. It has a total undergraduate enrollment of 1, 275, its setting is suburban, and the campus size is 22 acres. It utilizes a semester-based academic calendar. Woodbury University s ranking in the 2017 edition of Best Colleges is Regional Universities West, 58. Its tuition and fees are $37, 906 (2016-17). Woodbury University is a small, private institution in Southern California, just a few miles north of Los Angeles. Students at Woodbury University can pursue graduate and undergraduate…

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Peter Cook, Archigram

Posted by on August 9, 2022 – 07:23 am

Peter Cook, Archigram

By Peter Cook via Archigram Archives AD Classics presents you with great buildings of the past, providing inspiration and motivation for architects to design for the future. But why must inspiration only come from poured concrete and erected walls? For this edition of AD Classics, we share a work, the Plug-In City, by the avant-garde group Archigram. Though never built, their projects and ideas provoked debates, combining architecture, technology and society; when Plug-In City was proposed in 1964, it offered a fascinating new approach to urbanism…

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RIBA Portland Place London

Posted by on March 29, 2022 – 02:31 pm

RIBA Portland Place London

Why do architects sometimes make insufficient profits out of their projects? It is tempting to blame others, such as the client who dithers and asks for changes; the team which isn’t quite of one mind; the planners who take too long; or, possibly, the perfidious contractor. However, it is architects, who are very often the team leaders, who are ultimately responsible, and so it is really up to them to put their project and team together in a way that is resistant to these problems. This seminar will take examples from the group of problems that…

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Architecture universities Rankings

Posted by on September 15, 2021 – 02:00 am

Architecture universities Rankings

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Image © Wikimedia user Fcb981 licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 QS has released its 2016 rankings of the top 100 schools for architecture in the world. The company has produced an annual survey of universities since 2011, now comparing including over 800 universities worldwide across 42 subjects, and rating the top universities based on academic reputation, employer reputation and research impact. As they did last year, MIT came out top of the list in architecture. Read on for the full rankings list for architecture…

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University of Waterloo Architecture

Posted by on August 26, 2021 – 01:36 am

University of Waterloo Architecture

The School of Architecture at the University of Waterloo is a nationally and internationally respected design school. It attracts top students and is dedicated to educating the best architects in the world. Working with colleagues in related professions, our professors and students have made Waterloo Architecture a dynamic centre of research and teaching in construction, development, built heritage, green architecture, visualization, prototyping, and computer assisted design. The move to Cambridge For several years, the School of Architecture…

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London University Architecture

Posted by on June 27, 2021 – 12:07 am

London University Architecture

Choice and flexibility is core to our approach to teaching Architecture; we believe this allows us to respond to your individual strengths as well as to the increasingly specialist and complex nature of professional life. The MSc Architecture is for you if you are interested in pursuing a non-professional degree in architecture or an area closely related to architecture. With a number of core modules that introduce you to detailed aspects of architecture led-research, you can take either a studio design based route drawing on both the rich heritage…

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University of Liverpool Architecture

Posted by on June 2, 2021 – 11:41 pm

University of Liverpool Architecture

Are you fascinated by the buildings and landscapes that make up the world around us? If you ask yourself why they are there, how they were created, and what the future might hold, then this is the programme for you. We encourage a creative and individual approach to the future, knowing that more career paths are opening up each moment, and knowing that understanding design is crucial to the 21st century. RIBA Part I is awarded on completion of the degree. ‌‌Each year contains core modules in History of Architecture and Planning; Building Technology…

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Architecture courses at University

Posted by on May 13, 2021 – 11:22 pm

Architecture courses at University

The Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture and Design offers a Bachelor of Architecture, enabling students to pursue licensure after completing degree requirements. The Bachelor of Architecture is a five-year professional degree. Design is the focus of undergraduate studies and provides students with access to resources involving research, building, and community components. Students gain hands-on experience in studio courses with guidance from experienced faculty. The Bachelor of Architecture degree is accredited through the National Architectural…

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