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Read more at: Alumni Enrico Brondelli di Brondello, Beth Fisher and James Powell have been involved with an exhibition entitled 'The Architecture of Multispecies Cohabitation' at the Tin Sheds Gallery, University of Sydney

Alumni Enrico Brondelli di Brondello, Beth Fisher and James Powell have been involved with an exhibition entitled 'The Architecture of Multispecies Cohabitation' at the Tin Sheds Gallery, University of Sydney

5 May 2021

The exhibition, which runs until the 4th June, will provide a snapshot of buildings designed by humans that come to be inhabited by human and nonhuman agents. It is the culmination of almost two years of research into how Architecture as a profession can begin to rethink its position towards biodiversity loss. The...


Read more at: Dr Ronita Bardhan, Dr Minna Sunikka-Blank and Professor Koen Steemers will each be giving a talk about how architecture can impact health from three different perspectives at the Cambridge Festival on Tuesday 30th March at 2pm

Dr Ronita Bardhan, Dr Minna Sunikka-Blank and Professor Koen Steemers will each be giving a talk about how architecture can impact health from three different perspectives at the Cambridge Festival on Tuesday 30th March at 2pm

1 March 2021

They will discuss architecture and public health form the perspectives of: 1) housing and wellbeing (in the context of everyday experiences in the developed world 2) urban development and slums (focusing on slum redevelopment programs and the effects of poorly considered building design in a developing context) 3) the...


Read more at: The work of MAUD students Julia Cabanas and Charlie Edmonds has been featured in the Schools section of the RIBA RETHINK Design Guide: Architecture for a post-pandemic world

The work of MAUD students Julia Cabanas and Charlie Edmonds has been featured in the Schools section of the RIBA RETHINK Design Guide: Architecture for a post-pandemic world

2 February 2021

Read more here: https://www.ribabooks.com/rethink-design-guide-architecture-for-a-post-pandemic-world_9781859469804


Read more at: Modelling the New Urban World Global Workshop UN-Habitat Session: The World's Metropolitan Regions: overview and case studies

Modelling the New Urban World Global Workshop UN-Habitat Session: The World's Metropolitan Regions: overview and case studies

27 January 2021

The session will take place on Thursday January 28th 2021 from 1 - 3pm. For more information visit the AUM2020: Modelling the New Urban World Online global workshop page.


Read more at: AUM2020: Modelling the New Urban World Online global workshop, 28 January 2021, hosted by the Martin Centre for Architectural and Urban Studies, University of Cambridge

AUM2020: Modelling the New Urban World Online global workshop, 28 January 2021, hosted by the Martin Centre for Architectural and Urban Studies, University of Cambridge

26 January 2021

The online global workshop is a one-day, 20-hour event on Thursday 28 January 2021, as a finale to this series of online AUM2020 sessions. The workshop is an online global forum for all disciplines of the applied urban modelling community. In curating this workshop, we have consciously not setting any restrictions in terms...


Read more at: Former MSt Building History student, Jessica Jones, wins prestigious RICS Young Surveyor of the Year (Land – Urban and Rural) award
Former MSt Building History student, Jessica Jones, wins prestigious RICS Young Surveyor of the Year (Land – Urban and Rural) award

Former MSt Building History student, Jessica Jones, wins prestigious RICS Young Surveyor of the Year (Land – Urban and Rural) award

25 January 2021

We were delighted to hear that Jessica Jones (Cohort 6) has won the RICS Young Surveyor of the Year (Land – Urban and Rural) award. Jessica works as a Development Surveyor and Heritage Specialist for Network Rail, with responsibility for some major heritage projects including Temple Meads Station, the centrepiece of which...


Read more at: Dr Emily So, one of the Principal Investigators of the Learning from Earthquakes project will be speaking at a webinar hosted jointly by the Earthquake Engineering Field Investigation Team and the Society for Earthquake and Civil Engineering Dynamics

Dr Emily So, one of the Principal Investigators of the Learning from Earthquakes project will be speaking at a webinar hosted jointly by the Earthquake Engineering Field Investigation Team and the Society for Earthquake and Civil Engineering Dynamics

20 January 2021

The webinar will focus on the feasibility of carrying out post-earthquake reconnaissance missions remotely. The event is on the 27 th January, 18:00 to 19:30. For more information visit: https://www.ice.org.uk/events/the-zagreb-earthquake-of-march-2020-webinar


Read more at: The research of MAUD student Khensani deKlerk is featured in the current Self-built housing + AR House issue of Architectural Review

The research of MAUD student Khensani deKlerk is featured in the current Self-built housing + AR House issue of Architectural Review

18 January 2021

Khensani's research in entitled ' public aGender' focusing on safe space, public policy and design implementation in Cape Town, South Africa. Read more here: https://www.architectural-review.com/magazines/ar-december-2020-january-2021-on-self-built-housing-ar-house


Read more at: The Department would like congratulate PhD student Alex Young Il Seo on being shortlisted for this year’s RIBA President's Awards for Research 2020 in the Cities and Community Category
The Department would like congratulate PhD student Alex Young Il Seo on being shortlisted for this year’s RIBA President's Awards for Research 2020 in the Cities and Community Category

The Department would like congratulate PhD student Alex Young Il Seo on being shortlisted for this year’s RIBA President's Awards for Research 2020 in the Cities and Community Category

11 January 2021

Alex's research is entitled ' Constructing Frontier Villages: Human Habitation in the South Korean Borderlands after the Korean War'. For more information visit: https://www.architecture.com/awards-and-competitions-landing-page/awards/riba-presidents-awards-for-research/2020/constructing-frontier-villages


Read more at: Former student Emily Penn, co-founder of eXXpedition, has been awarded the British Empire Medal in the New Year's Honours List

Former student Emily Penn, co-founder of eXXpedition, has been awarded the British Empire Medal in the New Year's Honours List

6 January 2021

Emily was a student in the Department from 2005-2008. Since graduating Emily co-founded eXXpedition, "a series of pioneering all-female sailing voyages to raise awareness of, and solutions for, the devastating environmental and health impacts of single-use plastic and toxics in the world’s oceans". During her time as a...