School of Architecture: Yearbook 2013

The yearbook showcases a few of the pupil paintings performed in the course of the 2006/2013 educational years – together with undergraduate studios, degree and Masters studios and programmes, and study levels – and likewise offers a picture of our examine and different actions, in addition to the paintings of the RIBA Office-Based exam applicants. Oxford Brookes used to be lately named via the a hundred prime architectural practices within the united kingdom because the top structure university open air London and the quantity institution total. taking a look at the paintings awarded the following it's not difficult to work out why our graduates are so hugely regarded...

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Product Design / Exploration of Materials (Year 03)—A series of traditional and cutting-edge materials were investigated for their structural potential and aesthetic qualities in the construction of interior components at ‘furnitecture’ scale. Andrea Roe: Cabinet Model, Interior Experience | Claire Lewis: A Moment of Reading Grace Crannis: Spatial Performances | Matjaz Dolnicar: Experiential Model 055 056 Eliz Erdenizci: Materiality and Atmosphere | Camilla Andresen: Product Design: Exploring Copper | Stephanie Phelan: Interior Threshold Postgraduate Studies 058 PART 02: Postgraduate MArchD/Dip Arch Now in its second year, the MArchD programme defines the forward thinking focus of the School of Architecture.

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