Articles tagged "architecture

Find out about studying with us: Book now for 7th May.

Thu 29th Apr '21Filed under
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On the 7th May there will be the opportunity to join an online event to find out more about studying Architecture, Interior Architecture and ...

Final project for Foundation Year Students…..already!!

Wed 28th Apr '21Filed under ,
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What a year it has been for our amazing new foundation year students who are embarking on their final design project of the year. This final ...

Work in Progress – our online exhibition.

Tue 16th Feb '21Filed under , ,
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These are challenging times and we are all missing opportunities to see and discuss each others work. So we are delighted to launch 'Work in ...

Two New Lecture Series for 2021.

Thu 21st Jan '21Filed under
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To kick off  2021 the School of Architecture and Design are delighted to announced two fantastic new lecture series. The first is a series ...

Summer travels in Matera.

Wed 31st Aug '16Filed under
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Matera's urban and architectural heritage is exceptional by any standards, and utterly fascinating. Historically and spatially complex and ...

Four Brighton students nominated for Latham Innovation in Timber Award.

Wed 8th Jun '16Filed under
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Ben Mullan from Studio 9,  Nick Woodward from Studio 12, Meera Lad from Studio 6  and Lousie Morely from Studio 15 were all nominated for ...

Two houses and a school

Sun 29th May '16Filed under
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What is a house? What is a school? During the second design process Studio 14 students were encouraged to visit 'House 2016', a ...

Brighton staff and students show how its done at Making Lewes

Tue 24th Nov '15Filed under
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Architecture and design staff Duncan Baker-Brown, Nick Gant and Kate Cheyne took part in this years Making Lewes festival. The festival ...

Deep Mapping and Site Reading in Valley Gardens

Wed 4th Nov '15Filed under
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In order to get to grips with a large site for a new project third year interior architecture students undertook some 'deep mapping' ...