CHORA and Unit 8 feature in Domus Magazine
Date: 27 November 2014
Architectural practice CHORA who lead Diploma Unit 8 on the Professional Diploma in Architecture (RIBA Part II) course at The Cass are profiled in the November issue of international Architecture and Design Magzine DOMUS
The feature titles STIRRING THE CITY's SOUL focuses on Chora’s ambitious teaching activities in architecture and urban planning at both The Cass, London Metropolitan University and the Technical University of Berlin with the aim to train architects in being proficientat implementing the disciplines and technologies of smartcity projects, toward the creation of people-friendly, conscious cities.
The Cass has been included in DOMUS magazine's list of the Top 100 Architecture and design Schools in Europe for the past two years.
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