School of Architecture Open Day
4 May 2017 | 6pm 8pm
The School of Architecture at the Royal College of Art offers a unique depth of study into architecture and interior design as sites of invention and intervention. Our approach is relevant to the global social, political and cultural context of today, and invites informed speculation on the future. What marks out the RCA as a distinctive environment for architects and interior designers are the opportunities it offers to realise live projects, and to work alongside designers and fine artists in a concentrated, postgraduate-only environment.
MRes RCA: Architecture Pathway
Open Evening Schedule
Introduction to School of Architecture
6 – 6.30pm, Lecture Theatre 1, Basement, Darwin Building, Kensington Campus
Join Dean, Adrian Lahoud, and Heads of Programmes, Beth Hughes and Graeme Brooker, for an introduction to the Schools of Architecture and the programmes we run.
MA – Studio Tour, Discussion and Questions
6.30 – 8pm, 6th Floor, Darwin Building
Take a tour of the Architectural Design studios, and Interior Design Platforms, and see the work our students undertake in their two-year programmes. Projects will be on display as you visit the creative workspace.
After the studio tours, both Beth Hughes (Head of Programme, MA Architecture), Graeme Brooker (Head of Programme, MA Interior Design), Platon Issaias (City Design), and Adrian Lahoud (Dean) will be available for discussion and questions.
MRes, MPhil / PhD – Tour, Discussion and Questions
6.30 – 7.30pm, 6th Floor, Darwin Building
If you have a specific interest in our MRes, Mphil / PhD programmes, join Dr Harriet Harriss for a tour of the facilities and to discuss the programmes.