Articles tagged "field trip

Newhaven Fort Trip.

Thu 6th Oct '16Filed under
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This week students had a site visit to Newhaven Fort; here final year student Gaby Eason reflects on the experience. Exploring Newhaven ...

Reflections from a first year

Fri 20th May '16Filed under
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As a 38 year old mature student the prospect of starting a career in Architecture is very daunting, not least for the 7 years or so it takes ...

MAAUD study trip: Barcelona

Sat 2nd Apr '16Filed under
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MAAUD students and tutor Susan Robertson spent a stimulating few days wandering around Barcelona taking in just some of the fantastic ...

Inventing new symbiotic relationships

Fri 18th Mar '16Filed under
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Fuelled by the field trip, we are now focusing on the main building propositions by channeling the approaches and agendas adopted from the ...

The Field Trip – Porto

Tue 1st Mar '16Filed under
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For the second & third year annual field trip, Interior Architecture went off to Porto, Portugal for a packed out few days exploring ...

Glasgow: The city of the dead.

Fri 8th Jan '16Filed under
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At the beginning of the second semester, a cohort of Studio 07 headed off to Glasgow, famously described by it native Billy Connolly ‘[it ...

Helsinki Field Trip

Mon 30th Nov '15Filed under
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For studio 3’s annual field trip this year we went to Helsinki. In a tightly packed visit we saw some incredible architecture, ...

The land of ice and fire: Studio Laboratory One Field Trip

Fri 20th Nov '15Filed under
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Studio Laboratory 1 have just returned from Iceland where students conducted a series of experiments to help understand relationships ...

Capital Capitol: The Square Mile and Canary Wharf

Wed 11th Nov '15Filed under
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An exploration of the old City of London and the new city at Canary Wharf. Sketching all the buildings along the way: The Gherkin; The ...

Time and Tide: Greenwich and the Meridian

Tue 10th Nov '15Filed under
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Roaming around Greenwich and exploring the rich history of the college buildings and then up to the Observatory to observe the view over ...