Research Beyond the Studio

This seminar will explore the relationship between the architecture studio and the production of research.

The first Cass Research seminar of 2019/20 will explore the relationship between the architecture studio and the production of research.

Every year, studios and units at The Cass produce a wealth of research about the urban and rural environment, its social, spatial, economic and historic components.

Five architecture studios will present brief PechaKucha slideshows (20 slides, five seconds per slide) in which they show us what research they have produced, which will be followed with a discussion. In this seminar, we will explore how this research is captured; how it might usefully be disseminated to those for whom it is relevant; and how it can be most impactful to the wider world beyond the studio.

  • Studio 02: Colin O'Sullivan and Charlotte Harris (Hasa Architects)
  • Unit 14: Pierre D'Avoine and Pereen D'Avoine (Russian for Fish) - River Roding, a short presentation about Unit 14's design research strategies and outcomes 2018-19
  • Unit 05: Michael Dillon and Alex Ely (Mae Architects)
  • Unit 06: Maurice Mitchell and Dr Bo Tang (Architecture of Rapid Change and Scarce Resources) - A Vertical Offering: Research and Pedagogy at ARCSR. This PechaKucha will review the student offer within the teaching and research area for The Architecture of Rapid Change and Scarce Resources.
  • Unit 09: Stephen Taylor and Theodoros Thysiades (Stephen Taylor Architects)

Details

Date/time Thursday 31 October 2019 at 6.30pm
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Location London Metropolitan University - The Cass
Room GSG-15, Calcutta House
Twitter @CassResearch
Contact Jane Clossick