Category Archives: Student

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

Architecture at Queen’s Wins 2017 RSUA Bronze Medal

Jamie Stirrat, who graduated from Queen’s in 2017 with a First-Class Honours Degree in Architecture has just been awarded the Royal Society of Ulster Architects Bronze Medal. Judged by the President Paul Crowe RIBA, and his nominee Johann Muldoon RIBA

Architecture at Queen’s Wins 2017 RSUA Bronze Medal

Jamie Stirrat, who graduated from Queen’s in 2017 with a First-Class Honours Degree in Architecture has just been awarded the Royal Society of Ulster Architects Bronze Medal. Judged by the President Paul Crowe RIBA, and his nominee Johann Muldoon RIBA

Design reviews

There were two intense weeks of reviews; of students preparing, tutors advising, of presenting work, of feedback, discussion and debate within the school. The faces of students and staff confirmed concentration, smiles and laughter – a truly wonderful period of investigation

Design reviews

There were two intense weeks of reviews; of students preparing, tutors advising, of presenting work, of feedback, discussion and debate within the school. The faces of students and staff confirmed concentration, smiles and laughter – a truly wonderful period of investigation

Year 2 Study Trip to London 

In early MArch 2017 Stage 2 combined a study trip of London facades with a guided viewing of the RIBA Presidents Medals Exhibition. Thanks to John-Paul Nunes, Head of Education Projects, for his introduction to the President’s Medals and presenting samples of

Year 2 Study Trip to London 

In early MArch 2017 Stage 2 combined a study trip of London facades with a guided viewing of the RIBA Presidents Medals Exhibition. Thanks to John-Paul Nunes, Head of Education Projects, for his introduction to the President’s Medals and presenting samples of

RSUA Bronze Medal: Joint winner at Queen’s

Architecture Night was a good night for 2016 Queen’s graduate Holly Dale. Originally from Lancashire, England, Holly was shortlisted along with five others – all of whom were interviewed by the President of the RSUA.  For the first time in living memory

RSUA Bronze Medal: Joint winner at Queen’s

Architecture Night was a good night for 2016 Queen’s graduate Holly Dale. Originally from Lancashire, England, Holly was shortlisted along with five others – all of whom were interviewed by the President of the RSUA.  For the first time in living memory

RSUA Silver Medal 2016 to Queen’s

David Magennis, who graduated with distinction from our MArch (Part 2) in 2016 was recently presented with the RSUA Silver Medal.  Presented each year to the best Part 2 student in Northern Ireland,  the judging process includes a formal interview of six shortlisted candidates. The

RSUA Silver Medal 2016 to Queen’s

David Magennis, who graduated with distinction from our MArch (Part 2) in 2016 was recently presented with the RSUA Silver Medal.  Presented each year to the best Part 2 student in Northern Ireland,  the judging process includes a formal interview of six shortlisted candidates. The