Queen’s Graduate Work to Tour the World

The work of two Queen’s graduates will be touring the world during 2018. The Royal Institute of British Architects have chosen the work of Rebecca-Jane McConnell (Part 2) and Luca Garoli (Part 1) to be part of the Presidents’ Medals

Queen’s Graduate Work to Tour the World

The work of two Queen’s graduates will be touring the world during 2018. The Royal Institute of British Architects have chosen the work of Rebecca-Jane McConnell (Part 2) and Luca Garoli (Part 1) to be part of the Presidents’ Medals

Exhibition – Concrete Collective

The Without Precedent Group is one of the five design themes within our MArch (ARB+RIBA Part 2) programme. As part of the end of semester design reviews this group created an exhibition of their material experiments in concrete.  The exhibition opened

Exhibition – Concrete Collective

The Without Precedent Group is one of the five design themes within our MArch (ARB+RIBA Part 2) programme. As part of the end of semester design reviews this group created an exhibition of their material experiments in concrete.  The exhibition opened

Lecture – Designing our World

Hall McKnight is an architectural practice established in 2003, with offices in Belfast and London. In 2008 the practice won the prestigious UK and Ireland ‘Young Architect of the Year Award’ (as Hackett Hall McKnight). In addition to receiving a

Lecture – Designing our World

Hall McKnight is an architectural practice established in 2003, with offices in Belfast and London. In 2008 the practice won the prestigious UK and Ireland ‘Young Architect of the Year Award’ (as Hackett Hall McKnight). In addition to receiving a

Travelling workshop and lecture in Naples with StreetSpace

Continuing our current theme of travelling workshops, and analysis. A further StreetSpace workshop will be held in Naples, Italy this week with our MArch studio group. Students from the StreetSpace MArch unit led by Dr Agustina Martire, will be working

Travelling workshop and lecture in Naples with StreetSpace

Continuing our current theme of travelling workshops, and analysis. A further StreetSpace workshop will be held in Naples, Italy this week with our MArch studio group. Students from the StreetSpace MArch unit led by Dr Agustina Martire, will be working

Studying Spaces & Places created by Architecture & Architects

Students, and staff across our Part 1 BSc, and Part 2 MArch have just completed a series of study trips that inform their design studio activities. Year 2 travelled to the Netherlands, Year 3 to Oporto, Portugal, and the MArch

Studying Spaces & Places created by Architecture & Architects

Students, and staff across our Part 1 BSc, and Part 2 MArch have just completed a series of study trips that inform their design studio activities. Year 2 travelled to the Netherlands, Year 3 to Oporto, Portugal, and the MArch

Queen’s Graduate is a RIBA Journal Rising Star of 2017

  The RIBA Journal Rising Stars programme identifies the people who will be making a difference in architecture and the built environment. They seek out those pulling together teams, pioneering the use of new technology, leading change and delivering great buildings. 

Queen’s Graduate is a RIBA Journal Rising Star of 2017

  The RIBA Journal Rising Stars programme identifies the people who will be making a difference in architecture and the built environment. They seek out those pulling together teams, pioneering the use of new technology, leading change and delivering great buildings. 

Winning design competition to be Built: East

Dr Rachel O’Grady was part of the team that won the recent RSUA Flare Design Competition. The competition was for early career architects to design a temporary or semi-permanent structure which will draw attention to the enormously important role that

Winning design competition to be Built: East

Dr Rachel O’Grady was part of the team that won the recent RSUA Flare Design Competition. The competition was for early career architects to design a temporary or semi-permanent structure which will draw attention to the enormously important role that