A snapshot of work in progress by architecture students has been displayed to the academic community at Norwich University of the Arts (NUA). The BA Architecture course has opened a studio exhibition of the work of year two students titled Cinematic Landscapes, displaying architectural models, sketches, digital illustrations and pamphlets.
The ground of Library gently leading below the train tracks, by Ryan Ortiz
The BA Architecture course at NUA operates within a creative fine art context, encouraging students to design with an understanding of aesthetic, cultural, historical and technical considerations. Programmes include social and technological studies, film and site analysis, an evening lecture programme open to industry guests which has included talks by Jane Wernick, Rod Heyes of Caruso St. John and Robert Sakula of Ash Sakula, and a field trip to Prague to see examples of Czech Functionalist Architecture.
Professor Hilary Carlisle, Dean of Arts and Design at NUA, says: “This exhibition showcases the work of some of our talented year two architecture students in a way that represents both the students and the course admirably. Our students have much to be proud of and this time of year should be one to celebrate achievements.”
Cinematic Landscapes is showing in the NUA Architecture Studios 12pm – 2pm, Monday – Friday until 5 July, or by appointment.
Small undulating movements amalgamate the old and the new as they confront one another, by Dan Garrett
Natural and artificial light cascade down creating a spectacle of casting shadows, by Laura Baldwin
Tall double height spaces with overlooking balconies create light, spacious and deep areas, by Matt Reeve
Enlivened by dramatic moments, thrilling sequences and pleasurable spaces in the skies above the city, by Tammy Rootsey-Freeman
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