Students in the Architecture studios at University of Brighton
Graduate Show 2014

Architecture, Interior Architecture and Urban Studies

'Fire Station Plus', section, Chambis Proestos, second year architecture studio 2009-2010
'Fire Station Plus', section, Chambis Proestos, second year architecture studio 2009-2010
 

Architecture is many things. As well as varying in scales (from the interior to the urban), architects and designers are involved in an ever broader range of roles in contemporary practice.

In this context, we understand architectural education as being generalist such that students can explore their own interests, both within their course and in future careers. We see learning and teaching as being intertwined with design practice and research in the creation and sharing of new possibilities rather than the replication of existing ones.

Our sense of community and studio culture supports this. Our friendly and informal learning environment is reinforced by our location in an arts faculty in a vibrant and creative city and also through the energy and enthusiasm of our students, who contribute actively to our school’s culture and focus through their student society.