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TUTORS

VISITING CRITICS

Ingrid Schroder Alex Warnock-Smith

Miraj Ahmed Max Beckenbauer James Binning Nick Bullock Barbara Campbell-Lange James Campbell Mark Campbell Peter Carl Darryl Chen Melanie Dodd Joris Fach Henry Fletcher Kathryn Firth Emily Greeves Sean Griffiths Rod Heyes Tom Holbrook Lefkos Kyriacou Emma Lees Anna Mansfield Udayan Mazumdar François Penz Chris Pierce Wendy Pullan Lawrie Robertson Richard Sennett ´ ´ Scalbert Irenee Alan Short Simon Smith Emily So Kiril Stanilov Mary Ann Steane Koen Steemers Max Sternberg Minna Sunikka-Blank Miranda Terry Carlos Villaneuva-Brandt Dacia Viejo Rose Tom Weaver Nichola Barrington-Leach Francesco Zuddas Ian Hodge

STUDENTS Fahim Ahmed Thomas Aquilna Xu Bai Emily Carmichael Jensen Choy Georgie Day Anna Folejewska Alexander Hart Ben Holmes Daniel Holmes James Houston Anastasia Orphanidou Andreas Papallas Xenia Pohl Anna Rowell Rebecca Sawcer Alec Scragg Benjamin Taylor Arthur Trieu Bethan Watson Jan Ali Felicia Anderson William Anderson Ei-Lyn Chia Senem Cilingiroglu Jonathon Curtis Janet Hall David Jones Stefanie Kuhn Georgios Mitzalis Natalia Petkova Sarah Rees Charlotte Robinson James Scrace Sofia Sfakianaki Chloe Skry Jack Stafford Boi Thi Tram Wendy Van Kessel

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MAUD

MASTERS IN ARCHITECTURE AND URBAN DESIGN (MPHIL)

The core focus of the MPhil in Architecture and Urban Design, a RIBA/ARB part II Masters degree, is a hybrid of independent research through design and a structured technical learning resource. It is designed for the students that join us with a distinct area of interest and provides guidelines to their research, access to specialists of various fields relevant to their studies, and a matrix of deliverables that foster an informed body of work. The course places a strong emphasis on design as a means of engaging with areas of academic discourse and contemporary professional debate. The course is structured in two parts, the residential period dedicated to the intensive study of the cultural, theoretical and technical factors shaping each thesis topic, explored through a rigorous set of design tests and culminating in a full written thesis and project portfolio; and the second, a fieldwork period (after two terms of study) in which the implications of outline proposals are examined on site or within a professional context. These components provide an opportunity to explore distinct design approaches in various settings, whilst offering a sound framework to pursue meaningful research. The two stages of the course address two scales of investigation, the first focusing on a specific design response to a carefully examined physical and cultural context, and the second reflecting on the larger impact of this proposal on the strategic reconfiguration of the surrounding environment, and the factors that might lead to its realisation. We treat every project as potentially ‘live’ and encourage students to carry their projects through to fruition after their graduation within the structure of the Cambridge Design Research Studio.

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ArcSoc Summer Exhibition 2015 : University of Cambridge  

Arcsoc is proud to present the annual Architecture Summer Show, the culmination of a year’s design work in the Cambridge studios. We are bri...

ArcSoc Summer Exhibition 2015 : University of Cambridge  

Arcsoc is proud to present the annual Architecture Summer Show, the culmination of a year’s design work in the Cambridge studios. We are bri...

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