Architecture

Graduation 2017.

It’s Graduation time again, this year the new School of Architecture and Design celebrated at The Brighton Centre on Brighton Seafront; usually a venue for music gigs and party conferences the huge auditorium was packed with proud friends and family cheering on the new Graduates. Students danced, marched, paraded and teetered (in impossibly high shoes) […]

Part of the landscape.

After visiting the new Exhibition Quarter in London a trip to Cornwall provided an opportunity to see another new exhibition space. This time to Tate St Ives, perched high on the cliffs above the stunning Porthmeor beach with its clear blue water and pale golden sand, a popular destination for surfers and artists alike. The […]

Reveal: New Entrance to Victoria and Albert Museum.

On a beautiful, blazing hot day a group of us went to check out the new Victoria and Albert Museum Exhibition Road Quarter; Amanda Levete’s AL_A  grand new entrance to the V&A Museum, a sparkling courtyard and new gallery space for temporary exhibitions. The glistening, handcrafted porcelain tiled courtyard is quite breathe taking and has […]

Katy Beinart: Droitwich Salt Heritage.

BA Architecture Studio Leader, Katy Beinart is one five artists participating in ‘The Ring’ a major arts programme supported by the Canal & River Trust, that will celebrate the rebirth of an historic 21-mile Worcestershire canal. From September 2017 until September 2018, internationally acclaimed artists, as well as artists from across the region will be […]

Tom Phillips: Opera Irma.

To celebrate his 80th birthday, there is a rare opportunity to attend a live performance of Tom Phillips’ opera Irma, at the South London Gallery during September 2017. Tom Phillips is probably best known by architects for his time based works 20 sites n years  and the reworked Victorian Novel A Humument. Between 2004 and […]

Revisit

As a busy ‘second year’ neared completion, and before the summer vacation, a small group of us – Kamila, Linda, Paula, Christopher, and myself – returned to the studio to further develop our work for ONCA – a space for meeting, thinking, learning and celebrating art.  We began working on a new model and drawings that […]

Dolma represents BA Architecture at 2017 Women in Property Awards.

This Year Dolam Gurung represented the University of Brighton Undergraduate Architecture course at the Women in Property awards. Dolma was invited to exhibit her work at the national prize giving event London. Sophie Yetton (Dolma’s first year Studio Tutor) and Libby Blundell (Second Year Coordinator/Studio Tutor) went along to support her. The evening is in […]

Emerging Times: Ideas for Future Architectures. Studio Lab 3 and Studio 11 Co-Exhibition.

On 15th and 16th June in glorious weather the beautiful Regency Town House in Brunswick Square in Hove played host to a co-exhibition organised by two studios sharing a similar approach to design. Emerging Times: Ideas for Future Architectures. Between tutors Gudrun Krabbe, Samantha Lynch and Course Leader Dr. Sarah Stevens, a range of architecture […]

Art as Labour: Summer School in Russia.

Our Head of School, Professor Robert Mull will be curating a summer school at Nikola Lenivets outside Moscow in August which picks up on themes here in Brighton and the emergent Global Practice Unit. It will be open to architects, designers, artists and makers. “The Art as Labour summer school is located in Nikola-Lenivets, the […]

Degree Show 2017 opens.

The new School of Architecture and Design Degree Show opened its doors on Friday 2nd of June with many compliments from industry as to how professional the show looked and how tantalising the range of work being exhibited. The overall theme for the show was ‘curation’, so visitors were invited to peek inside beautifully curated […]

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