Cass Architecture students exhibit as part of new display at RIBA 's practice space
Work by five students from Units 8 and 12 on the MArch Architecture ( RIBA Part 2) (now Architecture RIBA 2 MArch) course at The Cass has been selected for inclusion in FRESH PERSPECTIVES, a display of recent student work from across the country
Perspective is one of the enduring, fascinating and important concerns of architectural thinking, representation and practice. This new display is a celebration of the theme, drawing on some of the brightest work from architectural students and recent graduates selected from fifteen architecture schools from across the UK. The exhibiting students from The Cass are Kevin Adorni ,Giorgio Amirante ,Nick Botterill , Nadia Everard, Carlo Grignani & Mirko Solinas.
Fresh Perspectives shares a common thread with Disappear Here: On perspective and other kinds of space, a new commission by Sam Jacob Studio currently exhibited in the Architecture Gallery, which traces the lineage of perspective across centuries and technologies. This display of student work demonstrates the continuity of practice and thinking from a future generation of practitioners, within an ever-broader palette of techniques, concerns and materiality. As such, it celebrates not only the theme of perspective, but also the achievements of recent graduates nationwide.
Image : Detail of Drawing of Rome by Nick Botterill
4 September to 29 September 2018
More information: Shumi.Bose@riba.org
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