Student Works

 Plumb, Hayes Canal. Montage by Lottie Conway
Plumb, Hayes Canal, Montage

Studio 03, UG Architecture 

 Printers House in Section by Luke Voukelatou
Printers House in Section

Studio 04, UG Architecture 

 Flexible housing block by Adrian Stanculeanu
Flexible housing block, Western Harbour, Malmö

Studio 05, UG Architecture 

 Interior view of Orangery Hall by Delia Scarpellino
Interior view of Orangery Hall

Studio 06, UG Architecture 

 Bandstand model by Evelina

Studio 06, UG Architecture 

 Kolkana Village damage map by Zsuzsa Antiloci
Kolkana Village damage map

Studio 07, UG Architecture 

 Palace Industrial Estate by Hye Jin Kim
Palace Industrial Estate, Model

Studio 08, UG Architecture 

 Poplar public space by Daria Konopko
Poplar public space

Studio 09, UG Architecture 

 Miniature town halls by Katarzyna Kuzniarz
Miniature town halls

Studio 10, UG Architecture 

 Mini Schools, Axonometric by Carina Cazacu
Mini Schools, Axonometric

Studio 11, UG Architecture 

Cass Architecture: Undergraduate studios

BA (Hons) Architecture RIBA Part 1

This year we have 10 undergraduate studios, and whilst Studio 2's Freddie Phillipson and Lucy Pritchard are on sabbatical, we welcomed Studio 11's Fergus Feilden and Ed Fowles. BA course leader Jane McAllister joined Torange Khonsari in Studio 10. We celebrate that Feilden Fowles Architects won the Young Architect of the year, whilst Studio 4 Cottrell and Vermeulen Architects won the Architect of the Year and the Education Architect of the year.

Studio 3 tutors Stefanie Rhodes and Tim Routh of Gatti Routh Rhodes, Studio 5's James Payne and Nina Lundvall (Archipelago Architects), Studio 8's Carver Haggard and Studio 11's Feilden Fowles are all featured in the Architecture Foundation book New Architects 3, together with many alumni of the School of Architecture.

"Our undergraduate architecture students are privileged to be taught by such highly regarded established and emerging practices. This year we also introduced a hands-on making workshop at Mudchute City Farm and many thanks go to our Technology Co-ordinators George Fereday and Sian Moxon for organising this, with great feedback from the students. We continue to receive excellent feedback from employers of our Part 1 graduates and my thanks go to the whole undergraduate team for their collective efforts and enthusiasm." Signy Svalastoga, Head of The Cass School of Architecture

Show 2

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 the Architecture BA, Architecture MA, Spatial Planning and Urban Design MA (now Architecture and Urbanism MA) and Professional Diploma in Architecture (now Architecture RIBA 2 MARch).

Additional show

From 12 June – 2 July 2016, students from our four foundation/extended degree courses will exhibit their work in the Bank Gallery.

Exhibition details

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
Sunday: 11am-4pm
Venue The Cass, Central House
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Related courses in Show 2