The relationship between built form, architectural expression and environmental performance is the main concern of the 12-month MSc and 16-month MArch in Sustainable Environmental Design. Knowledge and understanding of the physical principles underlying this relation, along with the conceptual and computational tools to translate them into an ecological architecture and urbanism, form the core of the taught programme. This is structured in two consecutive phases. Phase 1 is common to MSc and MArch candidates and is organised around joint studio projects that are undertaken in teams combining both groups. Project work is supported by weekly lectures, research seminars and computer workshops. Phase 2 is focused on dissertation projects which can be undertaken individually or collaboratively.
Applications are still being considered for 2013-14. Applications submitted to the March 2013 deadline are currently being reviewed and applicants should expect a reply by early May. For information on applications please contact Jess Bugden firstname.lastname@example.org For any information on the taught programme contact Simos Yannas, Director MSc & MArch Sustainable Environmental Design email@example.com