Articles tagged "drawing

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 ...

Desert Island Drawing.

Wed 17th Jun '20Filed under ,
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Image taken from Isobel Creed’s Desert Island Drawing film of her husband, architect Jim Creed’s holiday sketch.

During these strange times when many of us are struggling with isolation a new and timely project, Desert Island Drawing has been launched ...

Stuck at home: time to enter the John Andrews Drawing Prize 2020.

Fri 12th Jun '20Filed under ,
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We are living through strange times. While we are confined and restricted to our homes, a great way to keep your creativity flowing is by ...

No Drawing or Writing Allowed.

Tue 25th Feb '20Filed under
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This week BA Architecture first year students tried their hands at making concept collages. Taking inspiration from memes, Picasso, Dada, ...

Reading Architecture.

Fri 1st Nov '19Filed under
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BA Architecture first year students have been spending lots of time at Sussex University campus immersing themselves in the architecture of ...

Remembering John Andrews.

Wed 20th Mar '19Filed under
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It is with great sadness that the School of Architecture and Design announce the untimely death of our friend and colleague John Andrews. ...

Agata Malinowska: School of Visionary Architecture.

Fri 15th Jun '18Filed under
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Agata Malinowska was recently awarded RIBA South East Student Prize along with fellow BA Architecture student Michael Holland. Her project ...

Drawing Out a New Way of Understanding Local.

Mon 14th May '18Filed under
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Following the Studio 11 mini-lecture this spring, I have been reflecting on the potential of the landscape in determining both a material ...

Kate Cheyne, from a series of sketches: Marks Make Meaning

Thu 12th Apr '18Filed under
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Deputy Head of School, Kate Cheyne showed a selection of her pencil sketches on cartridge paper at the recent Marks Make Meaning Exhibition. ...

Marks Make Meaning Alessandro Zambelli: The Return of Jack and Becky: a propositional reconstruction.

Thu 12th Apr '18Filed under
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  Exploring coincidences of event, time and place at the current location of the probable Roman artefact ‘London Stone’ on ...