Michael Corr and Fran Ballam

Studio 9

Early conceptual montage by Rita Adamo


‘Nearby I found a well preserved qasr. The word, which literally means a ‘castle’, and refers to the mainly round stone structures dotting the land where farmers kept their produce and slept on the open roof. It was in one of these structures that my grandfather Saleem and my uncle Abu Ameen camped out when they went on their sarha together.’ A man going on a sarha wanders aimlessly, not restricted by time and place. But not any excursion would qualify as a sarha. Going on a sarha implies letting go. It is a drug free high, Palestinian style’

‘Palestinian Walks: Notes on a Vanishing Landscape’ Raja Shehadeh


Course BA (Hons) Architecture


Rita Adamo
Krassimire Dimov
Marzia Marzorati
David Nartey-Tokoli
Nevruz Sereroglu
Aodhan Toland
Dimitar Baldzhiev
Ivan Bozhilov
Simon Campbell
Aya Fibert
Samantha Horn
Derek Irwin
Luke Miles
Josh Ovenden
William Pohl
Kristina Reingoldt
Fagr Al-Afif

Critics and contributors

Naseer Arafat
Ellis Dodwell
Frank Farci
Merlin Fulcher
Shareen Elnaschie
Viktor Jak
David Knight
Miranda Maclaren
Cristina Monteiro
Rose Nag
Donagh O'Hargain
Philip Graham
Ben Pearce
Graham Pitman
Tim Rettler
Martin Waters
Omar Yousef


Landscape strategy

Samantha Horn

Long section through the city

Samantha Horn

The residential Hawsh drawing

Samantha Horn

Interior perspective

Samantha Horn

Model of the proposed RIWAQ Centre, Nablus

Will Pohl

The Touqan Palace Orchard Will Pohl

Will Pohl

1:30 Section

Will Pohl

Al- Qaryun Neighborhood

Kristina Reingoldt

Fragment of Old city of Nablus

Dimitar Baldzhiev

The Touqan Palace tower proposal

Simon Campbell

Restoration through casting Simon Campbell

Simon Campbell

Textured photographic render

Luke Miles

Typography of Nablus

Ivan Bozhilov

Touqan Palace Theatre and Place to Stay

Ivan Bozhilov

The London project, Whitechapel

All Students

A factory in a private apartment

Marzia Marzorati


Derek Irwin

Joint Workshop

Studio 1 & 2