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The talk is titled The Environmental Imagination: Technics and poetics of the architectural environment
Students from MA Architecture and MA Fine Art will collaborate on a day of workshops at this year's Venice Biennale
BA (Hons) Interior Design and Architecture graduates have been talking to AUB after their London Summer Shows. Here Abbi Greenland discusses her work
BA (Hons) Interior Design and Architecture graduates have been talking to AUB after their London Summer Shows. Here Paula discusses her work
Architecture, design and arts students and graduates are being urged to take up a unique opportunity to boost their skills with a two-week programme in Italy.
Arts University Bournemouth is delighted to be working with the Sorrento Design Programme, based in the Bay of Naples, to allow students and graduates to expand their skills, both through practical and app-based methods.
“I found the Clearing process very quick and simple.”
Emily currently studies BA (Hons) Architecture at AUB and is in her first year. She tells us more about applying through Clearing.
AUB graduate, Julia Mulders was recently selected to begin work experience at the innovative Heatherwick studio in central London.
Graduating last year, Julia was lucky enough to secure her placement after winning gold at the 2017 Creative Conscience Awards, in which she was recognised for her exemplary work into the alleviation of malnutrition in rural Zambia. Read more on Julia’s win here.
Harry Thorpe, currently a Level 6 student on the BA (Hons) Architecture course, recently spent a weekend at the University of Sheffield for the TRADA Urban Buzz competition.
Harry details his time at the TRADA Urban Buzz competition, which he attended with 59 other students from 28 universities from across the UK:
LA BIENNALE DI VENEZIA
Friday 20th April 2018 – 12pm – Room SH001
This week, Owen Hatherley delivers his lecture ‘The Last Avant-Gardist? Architecture, Politics & the City in the architecture of Zaha Hadid’, the last in the Zaha Hadid lecture series.
Architecture students and staff were treated to not one but two inspiring lectures by Honorary Fellow, Professor Sir Peter Cook.
An esteemed architect, lecturer, and influential writer, Professor Sir Peter Cook’s career began right here as a student in Bournemouth, where the picturesque Dorset coastline and enriching Landsdowne Library facilitated his creativity.
Friday 9th March 2018 at 12pm
On Friday, Dr. Nerma Cridge will deliver a detailed lecture about Zaha Hadid’s early series of drawings and paintings.