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Architecture flies high in QS World University Rankings

Architecture at Cardiff University ranks amongst the world's best, according to a recent international league table. Architecture is ranked 29th in the world, making it the highest-ranking Cardiff University subject. read more

Solcer House
Solcer House

Low carbon energy positive house built in Wales. The Welsh School of Architecture have designed and built Wales' first low cost energy smart house. The Solcer House is capable of exporting more energy to the national electricity grid than it uses, in an attempt to meet tough new targets for zero carbon housing.

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Structures of Feelings
Structures of Feeling

Dr. Juliet Davis took part in the event 'Structures of Feeling' at the Royal College of Art, London on 15 May 2015.

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BSc MArch Design Units
BSc / MArch Design Units 2015-16 - Call for Expressions of Interest

We are inviting expressions of interest in running a design unit in the graduating years of our BSc and MArch programmes. read more

Orkidstudio design workshop at WSA

James Mitchell, Founding Director of humanitarian design organisation Orkidstudio and WSA graduate, ran a 2-day design workshop at WSA on April 26 with Cardiff University Architecture and Engineering students who will be travelling to western Cameroon in September 2015 to participate in the CAMMAY project. read more

Green walls
PhD studentship: Plants & Architecture - Nature inspired design and biomaterials

A Sêr Cymru National Research Network funded PhD studentship is available at the Welsh School of Architecture. The studentship covers tuition fees and provides a stipend at the RCUK rate (currently £13,863 for 2014/15). read more

Opportunity for WSA students: Dis-Used Spaces: a voluntary arts-architecture collaborative project in Grangetown: a short art-architecture project from June 15-18 2015

This is an architectural-arts collaboration that looks at spaces identified as disused or abandoned around Grangetown. read more

Low Carbon Architecture Summer Programme 2015

The Welsh School of Architecture is launching its third Low Carbon Architecture Summer Programme (LCASP) taking place from 25th July to 8th August 2015 in Cardiff, Wales, UK. A two week programme aimed at undergraduate architecture students keen to develop a UK/International experience in low carbon design. An opportunity to participate in design workshops, field trips and visits, and practitioners' lectures and seminars, read more

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