Nasser Golzari (Course leader), Richard Difford, Maja Jovic, Krystallia Kamvasinou, Dirk Lellau, Samir Pandya, Yara Sharif, Filip Visnjic
The Architecture MA course offers a dynamic and unique programme on advanced postgraduate study combining a high level of design and theoretical investigation with innovative representational methods and critical approaches to contemporary discourses in subjects of design and theory.
The programme is both wide ranging and flexible, facilitating alternative modes of study and creative methods in design, representation and research. The course team of academics and practitioners offers full skills and intellectual support for students to develop their own Thesis subject, concluding in a design or written thesis project. The course allows for specialism through its three pathways: Cultural Identity and Globalisation; Digital Media; and History and Critical Theory. Alternatively, students can also create their own pathway by selecting and combining relevant modules that meet their individual requirements. The range of optional and specialist modules offered allows students to develop their individual learning trajectories, involving design and theoretical components as well as practical applications.
The work shown over the following pages represents a small selection of the outstanding work produced by a dynamic cohort of students who, despite the difficult constraints imposed by Covid-19 in the final stages of the academic year, battled through with continued high spirits and extensive energy to create this dynamic and wide-reaching array of research. Thanks also go to the course team whose commitment and energy to support the students this year was especially evident.
Abdullah Almurigeb,Vladimir Bojkovic, Alastair Blyth, Simon Cole, Alejandro Fabragat, Kate Jordan, Prajakta Kalamkar, Rim Kalsum, Charlotte Khatso, Ruchita Kanpillewar, Jusik Lee, Rebecca Neil, Angelikie Sakallario, Mireille Tchapi, John Walter