University of The Arts London Architecture

University of The Arts London Architecture

BA Architecture explores design for the human environment through the buildings and spaces we inhabit, and the objects we use inside those spaces.

Key issues include community and sustainability. BA Architecture is fully validated by the Royal Institute of British Architects and prescribed by the Architects Registration Board, meaning that all graduates will have achieved Part 1 of the professional qualification for architects in the UK.

This course is part of the Spatial Practices Programme.

Great reasons to apply

  • As a professionally recognised course in architecture, graduates of BA Architecture will have achieved Part 1 of the professional qualification, and are eligible to progress to postgraduate, Part 2 courses
  • You’ll explore seven closely interrelated areas of study – studio design practice, contextual studies, technical studies, media practice, personal and professional development, professional practice, elective studies – delivered through project work, lectures, seminars, assignments, and supporting studies
  • You’ll work actively with clients and commercial organisations. Recent clients have included The European Bank of Reconstruction and Development, Red Bull, The Office of the Swiss Cultural Attache, Saatchi & Saatchi, Hermes, the Home Office, TINO, Green Works and With Feeling
  • You’ll get involved in live projects, closely collaborating with charities, local communities and organisations. Recent collaborations include Crisis, Bankside Residents Forum, Bemerton Villages at Islington and The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust
  • Alumni have gone on to some of the top postgraduate courses in London and beyond while others work in practices including Gensler, Michaelis Boyd, Haverstock, Sheppard Robson, Space Syntax, Stanton Williams, Woods Bagot, StrideTreglown, Zaha Hadid Architects, and many others.

Meet the Course Leader, Alex Warnock-Smith

<b>Serhan Ahmet, alum</b>

It was the experimental and interdisciplinary attitude that drew me towards Central Saint Martins.

Serhan Ahmet, alum