Articles tagged well being

Green Architecture Day

Another successful Green Architecture Day has been and gone – this year the focus was the impacts of the built environment on health and well being. This annual day of illustrated talks that has been run by Brighton Permaculture Trust and Low Carbon Trust since 2002. Since then, the event has attracted over 2,000 participants […]

Maddie Burton: Treatment Centre for Patients with Schizophrenia.

This treatment centre for people with schizophrenia was inspired by the lack of domesticity and comfort within mental health institutions. The design focuses on the iconography of a house and the psychology of a home to make people feel instantly safe and at ease. Although the centre is designed to help treat the condition it […]

Marks Make Meaning: Drawing across Disciplines.

Marks Make Meaning: drawing across disciplines¬†is an exhibition and related events that both honours celebrated alumni and showcases the extraordinary range of drawing research and practice across the university. Among those exhibiting are Sir Antony Gormley, Rachel Whiteread and ten members of staff from the School of Architecture and Design.¬† The project serves as a […]


This year Studio 14 will be investigating ‘the place of art’. At a time when artists are increasingly looking toward architecture for inspiration and settings for their work, how might we learn from art practice, and in particular processes of performance, installation and public engagement? This is also a time when the conventional architecture of […]

Architecture for Health.

This summer BA Interior Architecture students Lauren Scally, Charlotte Cooper, Natalie Kerrison and Tori Shepherd participated in Architects for Health Student Design Awards 2016. The AfH Student Design Awards challenge students of both architecture and design to explore innovative and compassionate design for health and social care settings. The goal being to celebrate opportunities in […]