The Welsh School of Architecture’s ‘Grangetown’ Vertical Studio supported Community Gateway and Grangetown partners in running the third annual ‘Love Grangetown’ planning and celebration event, in which Cardiff University and community partners get together to celebrate what’s been achieved through working together, and to plan ahead.
We are inviting expressions of interest in running a design unit in the third year of our BSc (RIBA Part I), the second year of our MArch (RIBA Part II) and our new MA AD (Masters in Architectural Design).
An interdisciplinary team of Cardiff academics is helping to develop knowledge and capacity for sustainable urban development using green infrastructure.Professor Chris Tweed, Dr Wassim Jabi and Dr Gabriela Zapata-Lancaster from the Welsh School of Arc …
One of Cardiff University’s five Flagship Engagement Projects, Community Gateway, has been successful in its bid for a £50,000 grant from the Big Lottery Fund to develop ideas to renovate and extend the Grange Pavilion, an old bowls pavilion and green in the heart of Grangetown.
A collaborative design workshop led by researchers and undergraduates from the Welsh School of Architecture has documented the way refugee and migrant children see their current home of Palermo, Sicily.
EPSRC funded PhD Candidate, Hilary Wyatt has been presented with the Institute of Historic Building Conservation’s prestigious Gus Astley Award for her MSc dissertation. Photo: Colin Higgs, Portreath Studio.
Researchers from the Welsh School of Architecture are investigating the varied reasons behind the shrinking of cities along the Euro-Mediterranean coastline and the recovering strategies that might offer new opportunities of regeneration for local populations.