Architecture, Interior Architecture and Urban Studies
Oscar, Simon, Ben and Owain in the studios
The courses in Architecture, Interior Architecture and Urbanism at Brighton draw on our membership of an arts faculty in one of Europe's most vibrant and creative cities to offer courses that pursue a diversity of speculative approaches.
With regular opportunities to pursue live projects and exhibitions, the context of a research culture of international standing and an extremely energetic student community, our graduates are well prepared for the varied roles of contemporary practice.
Our highly regarded Interior Architecture BA course has been at the forefront of developing and defining this emerging discipline, with close affiliations to Interior Educators, the subject association for all Interiors courses across the UK.
Our undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Architecture have been validated by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) since 1949 and are prescribed by the Architects Registration Board (ARB). These courses make up the complete academic framework (Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3) leading to professional registration.