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Poole based company, Celebration Crackers, visited AUB in December to work on an exciting Christmas project.
15.00pm, A025, Richard Murphy on Carlo Scarpa, all students
Edward Crumpton was part of the interdisciplinary team that designed The Observatory for SPUD, and lives and works in North Devon.
Edward studied Fine Art at the University of Lincoln and it was here that he began to develop his practice around landscape, the nature of the journey, and how these journeys connect the human with the environment.
This was one of a series of lectures that celebrates the recent conservation of Sea Music, the sculpture given to Poole in 1991 by the artist Anthony Caro.
Interior Architecture and Design Graduate, Rosie Pawsey, reflects on her time at AUB and explains how she became an Interior Designer for Perkins+Will in Dubai.
Russel Gagg, Course Leader for BA (Hons) Interior Architecure and Design is delighted to announce that Level 6 students, Julia Mulders, Claire Armstrong-Gautier and Shumirai Eleazor...
Julia Mulders, a third year BA (Hons) Interior Architecture and Design student wins a Gold Award in the Architecture, Engineering & Interior Design category for her project to help...
Dominic Shepherd, Senior Lecturer, MA Fine Art and BA (Hons) Fine Art completes residency at The Observatory.
The Observatory, a sculptural installation, workspace, shelter and look-out for artists, has moved to Burton Bradstock for its project in collaboration with AUB, SPUD and the National...
AUB alumna, Thora Arnardottir, graduated from the BA (Hons) Architecture course in 2014 and now works as an Architectural Bio Designer and Researcher.
We caught up with Thora to find out about her experiences as an international student and her career after graduating from AUB.
Staff and students present at the HEA annual conference at the University of Manchester.
BA (Hons) Graphic Design tutors Dr. Kirsten Hardie and Gabrielle Hass, and students Will Broomfield and Chris Kyte presented at the conference held on the 4th July. Alumni students Nicole Dujardin and Sophie Walker from BA (Hons) Interior Architecture and Design also contributed, exploring the importance of student engagement through partnership of students and staff working collaboratively.
As part of their events and engagement programme, Walford Mill Crafts in Wimborne offered two pairs of first year Textiles and Architecture students the chance to undertake a 3 week collaborative residency.