Study in an architecturally captivating city and bespoke studios in the beautiful Boardman House, designed in 1879 by renowned architect Edward Boardman and refurbished to house NUA’s School of Architecture in 2015 by RIBA award-winning architect and NUA Visiting Professor Anthony Hudson.
BA (Hons) Architecture has been developed under EU guidelines to provide you with a grounding in architecture, design and construction within a creative arts, design and media context. You will develop your design skills with an understanding of cultural and urban conditions, making use of the wide range of facilities on-site (such as the foundry, mould-making, metal, wood and plastic fabrication, laser cutting and model making workshops) and generating speculative design propositions at a range of scales.
Study visits to European cities such as Belfast, Berlin, Prague and Santiago de Compostela will aid your understanding of local and global concerns and you will develop your commercial awareness of the architecture industry through a series of lectures by architecture professionals from firms such as Purcell, Caruso St John and Ash Sakula. You will graduate with a portfolio of design projects which displays critical thinking, spatial awareness and engages with diverse social-political sites and situations.
There is huge support for the course from architects right across the building industry.
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Watch a film about Cinematic Landscapes – an exhibition of work in progress by BA Architecture students.
I’ve worked on iconic projects such as The Shard and King’s Cross master plan. My role has included detailed designs for major developments such as squares, courtyards, parks and roof terraces.
Consider your career progression as a NUA graduate and read about the experiences of graduates such as landscape architect Tristram Bushby.
Our studio has the perfect atmosphere — it feels like a working practice and with a city centre campus it’s easy to immerse yourself in the historic and inspirational buildings of Norwich.
Find out about how the course combines practical making and professional skills in Years 1, 2 and 3 and more about the programme of Visiting Lecturers.
See the industry-standard facilities available to students.
Read about the achievements of the practitioners who teach on this course.
The best way to experience what NUA has to offer is to see for yourself at one of our open days for undergraduate or postgraduate courses.
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