NUA has a strong reputation for design expertise and architecture students benefit from being in this environment. There is a natural progression through each year of study, with spatial practices, design, cultural contexts and technology being central to all projects.
“We are very fortunate to have such a supportive community of local architecture practices who have been extremely generous with their expertise and time since the course was first conceived.”
Professor Hilary Carlisle
Dean of Design and Architecture
NUA students made a site visit to view a new student accommodation being developed for the UEA by LSI Architects. As part the professional studies component of their studies, the students viewed the construction’s innovative CLT panels and learned how it has been designed to be made on a very tight schedule while achieving BREAM standard for sustainable building.
Architecture students met with Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) President Jane Duncan on campus at NUA. Read more about the visit to NUA.
Find out more about learning and teaching on this course and how NUA courses are assessed.