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London Architecture schools

Posted by on September 24, 2022 – 11:48 am

London Architecture schools

Slapped wrists for any of you who describe yourselves as a software or web architect because the profession of “architect” is one of the few protected by law. While anyone can design a building (or an IT system), you must slog through seven years of training before you can use the job title without, in theory, being prosecuted. Students flock to London to study in the world’s creative capital and earn that status. Unfortunately, they are also flocking to architecture schools that are, unlike London’s fashion and fine art colleges, struggling to…

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London Festival of Architecture

Posted by on August 1, 2022 – 07:02 am

London Festival of Architecture

Exploring the ‘demands exceed supply’ crisis that is facing London, how our city can house its residents and how this can be done without compromising city dwellers quality of life. No issue is more talked about in London today than the provision of affordable housing. Housing estates across the city are being seen both as a problem – with issues of deprivation and maintenance which need to be solved - and an opportunity to create more housing on underutilsed land. However, they are currently home to thousands of people who are often displaced by…

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Architecture companies London

Posted by on June 14, 2022 – 06:12 am

Architecture companies London

EmailPinterestTwitterFacebook International design practice Woods Bagot provides its clients with innovative design solutions that are both functional and inspiring. This is demonstrated by the successful delivery of a range of high profile projects within the commercial workplace, hospitality, mixed-use, education and science sectors. woodsbagot.com Adelaide, Australia Zaha Hadid is a distinguished architect and designer, and winner of numerous international competitions. Zaha was the first female to receive the Pritzker Architecture Prize in 2004…

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Architecture work experience London

Posted by on June 2, 2022 – 06:04 am

Architecture work experience London

Whether you’re dreaming of becoming the next Zaha Hadid, Rem Koolhaas or Norman Foster, you don’t need us to tell you that getting that first graduate architecture or architectural technologist job will be a tough nut to crack; not to mention the challenge of securing a year out placement after Part 1. So why aren’t more Part 1 or architectural technology students looking for work experience with architectural practices before their placement year or before they graduate? After all, it can be a great way of learning more about architectural practices…

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LEGO Architecture London Bridge

Posted by on December 19, 2021 – 11:49 am

LEGO Architecture London Bridge

Stretching over the River Thames since 1894, the famous Tower Bridge of London, England is one of the most recognizable landmarks in the world. Now you can add this timeless classic to your LEGO world buildings collection! Designed with advanced building techniques and rare colors and elements, the Tower Bridge is complete with its iconic paired towers and a drawbridge that really opens. Fun to build and display, it locks together solidly but can be taken apart in sections for easy transport. Includes 4 miniature vehicles; a black London taxi, a…

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Architecture Exhibition, London

Posted by on December 7, 2021 – 11:43 am

Architecture Exhibition, London

Acclaimed for daredevil buildings in a style that can only be described as Opulent Futurism, architect Dame Zaha Hadid, who died in March at 65, pushed her profession’s envelope with head-swiveling, technologically groundbreaking aplomb. “Zaha’s philosophy was never about straight lines, ” AD100 decorator and David Gill Gallery CEO Francis Sultana, a longtime friend of the British-Iraqi provocateuse, told me. “She always said, ‘Why have one degree when there are 360?’” That sense of exploration and challenges met suffuses “The Zaha Hadid Contemporary…

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London Architecture tours

Posted by on December 4, 2021 – 03:02 am

London Architecture tours

London’s modern architecture is like marmite for the eyes – you either love it or hate it. But love it or loathe it, you can’t help but notice the sci-fi like structures and soaring skyscrapers that puncture London’s skyline. Award-winning Insider London’s brilliant alternative London walking tour is perfect for exploring London’s architectural wonders and getting the inside story on some of London’s most iconic developments. Discover how these contemporary buildings connect with the capital’s rich history, the superstar architects behind the designs…

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Open Architecture London

Posted by on November 10, 2021 – 02:42 am

Open Architecture London

The annual Open House London weekend, which takes place on, gives Londoners the chance to explore behind the closed doors of some of the capital s biggest, most renowned and most secret venues for free this September. This is your chance to explore a bit of hidden London and have a poke around some of London s best buildings. It takes place for one weekend and one weekend only - Saturday September 17–Sunday September 18 2016. Where is Open House London? Across the whole of London, with the full programme of architectural venues spanning 30 of the…

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Architecture internships London

Posted by on April 23, 2021 – 10:59 pm

Architecture internships London

New London Architecture (NLA) offers a programme of three-month paid internships throughout the year, for individuals wanting to learn more about architecture, planning and development in London, and gain experience working with a small, but busy, events and programming team. NLA is an independent forum for discussion, debate and information about architecture, planning, development and construction in the capital. The core mission of NLA is to bring people together to shape a better city. We create and deliver a busy year-round programme of events…

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Museum of Architecture London

Posted by on April 11, 2021 – 10:54 pm

Museum of Architecture London

Discover the extensive collections of the V&A and the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA). Together they form the world s most comprehensive architectural resource. Explore over 1 million drawings by major British architects from the 15th century to the present including those by Sir Christopher Wren, Inigo Jones, J.B. Papworth, Pugin, Voysey and Lord Norman Foster plus important foreign groups including the majority of the surviving Palladio drawings and drawings by Royal Gold Medallists that include Le Corbusier, Frank Lloyd Wright…

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