Architectural Association School of Architecture

Design and Make (Taught) Architectural Association School of Architecture Degree level: Postgraduate Awarded by: Open University Validation Services


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Course summary

The programme begins with a four-week Induction Studio. The subsequent Corary inhabitable structure in the woodland. Seminar courses run alongside the studios and cover agendas of ruralism, timber technologies and the cultural theories of making. These taught components are then applied in the main projects - for MSc students a 1:1 prototype, for MArch students a group-designed building for the Hooke Park campus. The programme concludes with an individually written dissertation that presents the constructed project as evidence of an argument concerning the practice and realisation of architecture.

Course details


Seminar courses: Making as design; agendas of ruralism; timber design and technologies; dissertation.

Assessment method

Assessment is by dissertation.

Entry requirements

Professional degree or diploma in architecture, engineering or other relevant discipline. Students whose 1st language is not English require IELTS 6.5 or equivalent (with a minimum 6.0 in each component).

Fees and funding

Tuition fees

Channel Islands £24,927 Whole course
EU £24,927 Whole course
International £24,927 Whole course
England £24,927 Whole course
Northern Ireland £24,927 Whole course
Scotland £24,927 Whole course
Wales £24,927 Whole course

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Architectural Association School of Architecture
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