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Read more at: 100 for the 100th
100 for the 100th

100 for the 100th

16 July 2012

100 alumni attended a lunch at Queens' College to celebrate the centenary of the Department.


Read more at: Architecture minister John Penrose has listed four post-war houses in Cambridge that were designed by architects from this department
Architecture minister John Penrose has listed four post-war houses in Cambridge that were designed by architects from this department

Architecture minister John Penrose has listed four post-war houses in Cambridge that were designed by architects from this department

16 July 2012

The four houses, all listed at grade II, are 39 New Road, Barton, designed by Barry Gasson and John Meunier in 1965; 214 Chesterton Road, Cambridge, designed by Marcial Echenique in 1971; and 72 and 74 Water Lane, Histon, designed by David Thurlow in 1972. These listings provide a lasting testament to the quality and...


Read more at: The 2012 Student Exhibition took place at the Farmiloe Building in Clerkenwell, London from the 2-4th July.
The 2012 Student Exhibition took place at the Farmiloe Building in Clerkenwell, London from the 2-4th July.

The 2012 Student Exhibition took place at the Farmiloe Building in Clerkenwell, London from the 2-4th July.

11 July 2012

The exhibition showcased the work produced at the Architecture Department of the University of Cambridge. Part I, Part II and MPhil students displayed models, drawings and research. To view photos of the exhibition (taken by Seb Lomas) click here . Click here for the Building Design article about the exhibition.


Read more at: The prebound effect - new research by Dr Minna Sunikka-Blank on homeowners actual energy consumption
The prebound effect - new research by Dr Minna Sunikka-Blank on homeowners actual energy consumption

The prebound effect - new research by Dr Minna Sunikka-Blank on homeowners actual energy consumption

4 July 2012

Many homes with poor energy efficiency are actually consuming far less energy than predicted, new research has found. The study has implications for national energy-saving policies and the economic viability of thermal retrofit programmes. Click here for the University's press release.


Read more at: MPhil in Architecture and Urban Design (ARB/RIBA Part 2) launches new website

MPhil in Architecture and Urban Design (ARB/RIBA Part 2) launches new website

2 July 2012

Cambridge Design Research Studio will showcase the work of current and former students of the Mphil and their collaborators, and act as an incubator for future projects and research. Please check back for regular updates. www.cambridge-design-research-studio.com


Read more at: Applied Urban Modelling: Assessing Pathways Towards Energy Efficient and Climate-Wise City Regions (AUM2012)
Applied Urban Modelling: Assessing Pathways Towards Energy Efficient and Climate-Wise City Regions (AUM2012)

Applied Urban Modelling: Assessing Pathways Towards Energy Efficient and Climate-Wise City Regions (AUM2012)

30 May 2012

Thursday, 24 May 2012 to Saturday, 26 May 2012 Location: Little Hall and CRASSH


Read more at: EC Highlights TOSCA Project as Research Success Story

EC Highlights TOSCA Project as Research Success Story

21 May 2012

A University of Cambridge-led project has been highlighted as a research success story in the EC's "Towards Low-Carbon Transport in Europe" report.


Read more at: North West Cambridge Urban Design Charrette reports its findings
North West Cambridge Urban Design Charrette reports its findings

North West Cambridge Urban Design Charrette reports its findings

9 May 2012

Graduate students at Cambridge University’s Department of Architecture have put forward their vision for North West Cambridge, currently the most ambitious expansion of the University and the city. The publication of their charrette findings coincides with the University’s interviews this week to select architects for the...


Read more at: Michael Ramage wins the Wienerberger Brick Award 2012 with Peter Rich and John Ochsendorf for the Mapungubwe Interpretive Centre
Michael Ramage wins the Wienerberger Brick Award 2012 with Peter Rich and John Ochsendorf for the Mapungubwe Interpretive Centre

Michael Ramage wins the Wienerberger Brick Award 2012 with Peter Rich and John Ochsendorf for the Mapungubwe Interpretive Centre

8 May 2012

International architecture critics and architecture journalists submitted nominations for scores of outstanding buildings constructed using clay products. A total of 50 projects from 28 countries on five continents were shortlisted and the final decision was made by the international jury composed of architects Plamen...


Read more at: The inauguration of the Nanjing University - University of Cambridge Research Centre on Architecture and Urbanism
The inauguration of the Nanjing University - University of Cambridge Research Centre on Architecture and Urbanism

The inauguration of the Nanjing University - University of Cambridge Research Centre on Architecture and Urbanism

1 May 2012

New China-UK initiative : As the Department celebrates its 100 th anniversary and Nanjing University its 110 th year, we are pleased to launch a new collaboration. This initiative between Nanjing and Cambridge is an ideal opportunity to cement excellent relationships in architectural and urban studies. Common challenges of...