When: Friday, June 16 – Sunday, July 2 (Monday-Friday: 10am-6pm; Saturday-Sunday: 10am-4pm)
Where: School of Architecture + Cities, University of Westminster, 35 Marylebone Road, NW1 5LS London
On Thursday, June 16 we launched OPEN2023, our graduating students’ degree show, featuring work from:
- Architecture BA
- Architecture and Environmental Design BSc
- Architectural Technology BSc
- Designing Cities BA
- Interior Architecture BA
The School is committed to its Polytechnic inheritance, and its aim remains to offer ‘a transformative higher education for all’. We view the diversity of our students drawn from across London and the world as key to our success, and we see difference, and a mix of experiences and views, as critical to our exploration of architecture and place. The impact of our student-staff initiatives, such as our Equity Forum and climate action taskforce, ArCCAT, can be seen increasingly in how the School’s projects contribute to meeting our societal and planetary challenges. We embed London practitioners in our core teaching teams to keep us alive to the dynamism of contemporary practice, and continue to develop cross-disciplinary collaborations, such as with Imperial College Medical School and Westminster Council, and our Live Design Practice – currently on show at Cody Dock. That, in turn, our students are so valued by practices is hugely gratifying.Harry Charrington, Head of School of Architecture + Cities, OPEN2023
The show was opened by Philomena Wales and it’s a part of the London Festival of Architecture. It continues daily in our Marylebone studios until July 2.
For those unable to visit us in person, the online version of the exhibition can be accessed here.
Photography by Rory Lindsay