You’ll begin your study of architecture at the Master’s Degree level by learning about the human body and its use of space. Once you understand the function of interiors on the human level, you’ll begin to project that into both urban spaces and landscapes. At the end of this year you’ll also take a module which focuses on the research methods you’ll need to prepare and present your thesis.
- Body: Architectural Interventions
- Landscape: Making in Context
- Research: Experimental Fabrications
- Design Thesis 1: Ecological & Professional Strategies
- Design Thesis 2: Design Detail & Reflection
This program is only considered complete once you present your thesis. This must include a detailed investigation of the ecological context – the land and climate, the materials it would use and the people it could affect. It must also consider the design and legislative aspects of the project. Lastly, you’ll need to consider the creative path the project has taken, and how you personally have developed throughout the process.