The Expanded Territories Reading Group in the School of Architecture + Cities invites all college staff and students who might be interested, to join us in reading some of the foundational texts of new materialism and post humanism over the coming months. We meet once […]
On Monday 8th of April, second year BA students from the School of Architecture + Cities had the opportunity to meet and have tutorials with a number of professionals from the industry. The tutorials ran throughout the day, providing the students with invaluable insight and […]
MegaCrit + MegaParty: “Who has the right to the city?”, Monday, April 15, 10:00-22:30, Ambika P3, Marylebone Campus, NW1 5LS
Cities have the capability of providing something for everybody, only because, and only when, they are created by everybody. – Jane Jacobs OPEN TO ALL ARCHITECTURE STUDENTS AND RECENT GRADUATES The University of Westminster and Westminster Architecture Society, in collaboration with the Architecture Foundation, invites […]
When: 6th to 8th of June 2019 Where: Birkbeck Clore Management Centre, 27 Torrington Square, Bloomsbury, London WC1E 7JL Building-Object/Design-Architecture Jointly supported by the Design History Society, the European Architectural History Network, and the Architecture Space and Society Centre (Birkbeck). I think that cars today […]
Architecture Research Forum: “The Gardener Architect: Designing with the emergent natures of places” Eric Guibert, Thursday, April 4, 13:00-14:00, Erskine Room, 5th Floor
When: 13:00-14:00, Thursday, 4th of April Where: Erskine Room (M523), 5th Floor, Marylebone Campus Eric Guibert is a practising gardener architect who teaches design studio at SA+C. He did a PhD through Reflective Practice as an ADAPT-r Research Fellow at KU Leuven.
aae2019: “Learning through Practice”_ Wednesday 24th – Friday 26th of April, Hogg Lecture Theatre Marylebone Campus
The fifth international peer reviewed conference of the UK association of architectural educators, aae2019 Learning through Practice, will be hosted by the University of Westminster. The conference aims to invite contributions from educators, researchers and architectural practitioners on the theme of contexts for learning architectural […]
The Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings (SPAB) is pleased to announce details of this year’s Philip Webb Award architectural competition, which is open to current Part II students at UK Schools of Architecture and recent graduates who completed their studies in 2017 or […]
Architecture Research Forum: “Retrofit of a 1970s House” Scott Batty, Thursday, March 28, 13:00-14:00, Erskine Room, 5th Floor
When: 13:00-14:00, Thursday, 28th of March Where: Erskine Room (M523), 5th Floor, Marylebone Campus Scott Batty is a practising architect mainly designing one-off homes. He studied and previously taught at the Bartlett, and is now a part-time Senior Lecturer at SA+C.
Summer School: Living With Earthquakes, Università Politecnica delle Marche, Fermo, Italy_12th-21st of July 2019
The present programme builds on the LIVING WITH EARTHQUAKES conference held in Cambridge in October 2017, which discussed earthquakes that affected the Apennine regions, causing widespread destruction and damage to cultural heritage. This summer school is therefore part of a wider research initiative, involving a […]
Monsoon [+ other] Grounds is the third in a series of symposia convened by the Monsoon Assemblages project. It will comprise a key-note address, inter-disciplinary panels, and an exhibition. The event will bring together scholars and practitioners from a range of disciplines to engage in […]