This course focuses on the development and application of advanced architectural design techniques and technologies. It has been designed to respond to increasing competition in the professional procurement of buildings and the pursuit of architectural excellence. If offers the opportunity to concentrate on architectural or urban design, humanities, environmental design and technology to a high level of sophistication without the need to work on within a single specialist area.
This course offers the opportunity to concentrate on architectural design, humanities and technology to a high level of sophistication without the need to work within a single specialist approach. It will explore cutting-edge techniques as well as current and future considerations faced by urban designers, architects and technologists, such as conservation and regeneration.
An innovative feature of this course is its interdisciplinary emphasis, with students collaborating in research-led design studios and seminars shared with other specialist postgraduate courses.
Students will develop: the ability to plan and undertake an individual project interpersonal, communication and professional skills the ability to communicate ideas effectively in written reports, verbally and by means of presentations to groups the ability to exercise original thought
Previous projects have included: Autonomous living: A good route to zero carbon architecture The relationship between minimalism & Eastern Philosophy The Impact of Urban Regeneration Projects in historical areas Catalyst Strategy Research based on revitalizing historic urban design.
The MArch does not convey professional accreditation in the UK.
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