Cass Architecture: Postgraduate units
"This year we have fifteen Postgraduate Units, and whilst Studio 3 East is on sabbatical, we welcomed Unit 5 MA Architects and Unit 15 Assemble.
We celebrate that the incredible Assemble won the 2015 Turner Prize as well as being featured in the Architecture Foundation book New Architects 3, together with many alumni of the School of Architecture, alongside many graduates of the School.
We continue to occupy a unique position in the UK architectural educational landscape, in part by engaging a large number of established and emerging practices to teach our units, a number of whom have been winners and runners-up for this year’s Building Design and RIBA Awards.
Our postgraduate architecture students are privileged to be taught by such highly regarded practices. We are in turn privileged to have such a committed and talented community of students. Our RIBA 3 course is also well established and recognised for its quality and is enjoying an annual cohort of around 180 new students.
My thanks goes to all staff and students who make up this amazing postgraduate community."
Signy Svalastoga, Head of Cass School of Architecture
Friday 24 June – Saturday 2 July
Private view: Thursday 23 June 6.30-10pm
The exhibition will feature work from students on undergraduate and postgraduate architecture courses, including Architecture BA, Architecture MA, Spatial Planning and Urban Design MA, and Professional Diploma in Architecture.
From 12 June – 2 July 2016, students from our four foundation/extended degree courses will exhibit their work in the Bank Gallery.
|Private view||Thursday 23 June 6.30pm|
|Dates||Friday 24 June – Saturday 2 July 2016|
|Times||Monday – Friday: 10am-7pm
Saturday 25 June: 10am-6pm
Saturday 2 July: 10am-4pm
|Venue||The Cass, Central House|
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Mæ: Alex Ely, Michael Dillon and Marina Polycarpou
Maurice Mitchell, Francesca Pont and Dr Bo Tang
Stephen Taylor, Theodoros Thysiades, Sam Holden and Jamie Dean
Signy Svalastoga, Jonathan Cook and Edward Simpson
We will continue to investigate territories in the Miyagi Prefecture of Japan, one of the regions worst hit by the Great East Japan Earthquake in 2011.
David Hills, Alistair Blake, Roberta Marcaccio and Deborah Saunt
Geoff Shearcroft & Jonny Pugh
Professor Mark Brearley, Jane Clossick, Colin O'Sullivan, Adam Towle, Mat Leung, Julia Atkins, Christoph Hadrys, Levent Kerimol, Peter Carl, Lee Mallett, Patrick Lynch, and more...
Also exhibiting in Show 2
Private view: Thursday 23 June, 6.30pm – 10pm
Exhibition of work by The Cass students in a variety of disciplines.
Private view: Thursday 23 June 6.30-10pm
BA (Hons) Architecture RIBA Part 1
Related courses in Show 2
This undergraduate architecture degree is your first step towards a professional career in architecture as you'll complete the course with exemption from RIBA Part 1. Through our combination of practical design work, formal teaching and field work, you'll gain the skills and experience necessary to continue on to complete your RIBA part 2 and 3.
The Architecture MA degree will focus your skills and give you all the support you need to develop your own MA thesis.
This architecture and interior design extended degree begins with a foundation year, which introduces the skills and techniques you need for undergraduate study.
On this art and design extended degree you'll explore a range of subjects during an initial foundation year, developing the skills required for undergraduate study.
This practice-based course will prepare you for managing architectural projects and is the final step toward registration as an architect in the UK.
Explore a wide range of creative subjects on this fashion and textiles extended degree, which begins with a foundation year to prepare you for undergraduate study.
On this intensive extended degree you'll learn fundamental skills in film, photography and media during an initial foundation year that prepares you for undergraduate study.
The Professional Diploma is a design-driven course that will enable you to focus your skills and develop excellence in your work.
The Spatial Planning and Urban Design MA teaches you the knowledge and skills you need to work across city environemnts.