We are a leading school of architecture with a commitment to helping to create a built environment that enhances people’s lives, without destroying the planet for future generations.
Why study with us
The Welsh School of Architecture is one of the top schools of architecture in the UK and is committed to equipping students with the skills needed to create sustainable architecture and cities that enhance people’s lives without destroying the planet. With a focus on making and harnessing creativity, we encourage students to challenge their boundaries and move forward with their ideas.
Our school and students
Explore our facilities and watch our student videos to learn more about what it is like to be part of a vibrant, collaborative school of architecture with a strong studio culture.
A journey through the Welsh School of Architecture
The Welsh School of Architecture’s iconic Grade II listed Bute building has undergone an extensive renovation to incorporate new bespoke facilities including larger studio spaces, a Hybrid Studio, a Living lab and an Exhibition Hall. This new film showcases the building’s new look, taking viewers on a journey guided by current students and their experiences of studying in the school.
Buildings and locations
Architecture studioLocated in Bute Building
Explore one of our studios using a 360 tour.
Architecture libraryLocated in Bute Building
Students and staff have direct access to the library's collection of books, journals, reference and technical literature and audio-visual material. In addition to these resources the library also holds a rare books collection.
Welsh School of Architecture student exhibition 2022
The 2022 WSA student exhibition is a celebration of a year of outstanding hard work from students at both Bachelors and Masters level.
This year the exhibition takes a step back from the 'final images' of architectural design in order to bring you closer to the variety of design processes and interim outputs that inform our students' final proposals. Explore, interrogate, and learn how quick initial sketches become elaborate illustrations, how traced drawings become rendered 3D models, and how tectonic inspirations become constructional details.