Student Works

 Kinga Augustyn, 'Setting for a drinking fountain'
Ssetting for a drinking fountain and open kitchen construction concept pencil studio 1 city terroir architecture

Studio 1, BA (Hons) Architecture 

 Monastery Study Models
Monastery Study Models

Studio 2, BA (Hons) Architecture 

 Ekramul Robbanni, 'Station Square'
Station Square Initial Proposal

Studio 3, BA (Hons) Architecture 

 Tomomi Yamahara, 'Bus stop-Joiner'
Bus stop ‘joiner’

Studio 4, BA (Hons) Architecture 

 Irene Scaramuzza, 'Early tower massing collage, Kvarnholmen'
Brick tower, massing collage

Studio 5, BA (Hons) Architecture 

 Mohamad Abdullah, 'View from street'
View from street

Studio 6, BA (Hons) Architecture 

 Daniel Haaga, 'Proposed section perspective'
Proposed Section Perspective

Studio 7, BA (Hons) Architecture 

 Waldemar Jansson, 'View from road'
Industrious Estates, View from road. Digital image

Studio 8, BA (Hons) Architecture 

 Seunghun Lee, 'New archive'
New archive

Studio 9, BA (Hons) Architecture 

 Roman Road Hosts
Our live space for 3 years on the Roman road

Studio 10, BA Architecture & BA Fine Art 

Cass Architecture: Undergraduate

BA (Hons) Architecture RIBA Part 1

“Students learn to question and to be critical about both current and future practice. Our duty of care extends to the culture of the school, the studios and the use of resources and materials.”

Signy Svalastoga, Associate Dean & Head of School of Architecture

"What I’m most proud of in the last year is this idea of making at The Cass. This understanding, or empathy that’s happening between the way the students are designing buildings, and how they’re thinking about them in terms of the material."

Jane McAllister, Course Leader BA (Hons) Architecture

Show 2

Friday 26 June - Saturday 4 July

Private View Thursday 25 June 6.30 - 10pm

Architecture (undergraduate and postgraduate), Fashion, Furniture, Interiors, Jewellery and Silversmithing, Product Design, Textile Design, Extended Degrees.

In parallel with Show 2 there will be an exhibition at our Commercial Road building of work from our Modern and Traditional Upholstery students.

Exhibition details

P.V. Thursday 25 June 6.30 - 10pm 
Dates  26 June - Saturday 4 July 2015
Times Monday - Friday: 10am-7pm
Saturday 27 June: 10am-6pm
Saturday 4 July: 10am-4pm
Sunday: 11am-4pm
Venue The Cass, Central House
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The Cass Summer Exhibitions 2015

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