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    • Welcome toBirmingham.
    • Library of Birmingham / New Street Station / John Lewis / Selfridges
    • The Cube / Ikon Gallery / Symphony Hall / The Mailbox
    • Victoria Square / The Bullring / The Water’s Edge / Gas Street Basin / National Indoor Arena
    • BIAD
    • We are 104 years old !
    • Key facts: •  Formed in 1908 with courses recognised by the RIBA since 1923 •  The only RIBA accredited School of Architecture in the West Midlands and one that mirrors the diversity of the region •  We have RIBA exempt courses in Part 1, 2, and 3 •  We are one of the few Schools to offer Part Time courses for students in industry •  We collaborate with almost 100 practices and construction consultants •  Our programmes typically strike a balance of 50% design, 25% conceptual and theoretical, and 25% professional. •  This is a boutique School, accepting only 65 students each year to ensure an intimate and bespoke learning environment which is full of character and energy, •  Moving to a new state-of-the-art building at Eastside in September 2013
    • Organisational structure: HEAD OF SCHOOL DEPUTY HEAD OF SCHOOL DIRECTOR OF DIRECTOR OF DIRECTOR OF DIRECTOR OF DIRECTOR OF RESEARCH CULTURAL CONTEXT DESIGN TECHNOLOGY PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE ZERO CARBON PROGRAMME LEADER PROGRAMME DIRECTOR PROGRAMME DIRECTOR PROGRAMME DIRECTOR PROGRAMME DIRECTOR: PROGRAMME DIRECTOR: MA ARCHITECTURE URBAN DESIGN PG LANDSCAPE BA (HONS) LANDSCAPE BA (HONS) M.ARCH ARCHITECTURE PG ARCHITECTURAL ARCHITECTURE ARCHITECTURE ARCHITECTURE (PART 1) (PART 2) PRACTICE (PART 3) & RETROFIT SENIOR LECTURERS LECTURERS
    • Our new home…. £57 million building adjacent to the new City Park
    • City Park and Phase 2: City Park / BCU Phase 2 (including library and student services)
    • City Park: City Park
    • New building as a teaching resource (and New Street Station):
    • So, what is Architecture? “The art or practice of designing and constructing buildings”
    • Stirling Prize winner 2011: Evelyn Grace Academy, Brixton – Zaha Hadid or is it?
    • School Philosophy: The School is defined by the relationship between Architecture and Landscapeand ‘Urbanism” in between.   Over 50% of the World’s 7 Billion people are urban, by 2050 this will havepassed 80%; the school’s programmes explore innovative approaches to designand intervention in the urbanised field which will shape life in the 21st Century.   The School a collaborative and pro-active conduit between research andpractice, this is captured by our 8 Research Hubs (which include Zero CarbonDesign and Urban Futures) and our commitment to Live Projects via our Co-Lab modules We address projects via Concerns………
    • Concern(s): vb 1. to relate to; be of importance or interest to; affect. 2.(usually followed by with or in) to involve or interest (oneself):he concerns himself with…. – n. 3. something that affects or is ofimportance to a person; affair; business. 4. regard for orinterest in a person or a thing. 5. anxiety, worry, or solicitude6. important bearing or relation.
    • Modus Operandi: contemporary - social, cultural, geographical, political,These concerns are normallyenvironmental, artistic, professional, technological, and always contextual - and ofteninformed by historical precedent.   These concerns are incredibly diverse and whether they are centred on the everyday, critical theory,or current affairs, they are real issues, albeit in hypothetical scenarios, but nevertheless, real,inspiring students to face the challenges of the world we live in. We expect students to make responses to the issues they are dealing with and to construct an attitude,a journey of discovery which takes students through identification to investigation, to response and proposition.This process is fundamental to our way of thinking.
    • Staff in Practice: Kevin Singh (the space* studio) / Mike Dring /Alessandro Columbano / Matt Lucas / JimSloan
    • Research leaders: Lubo Jankovic / Kathryn Moore / Ruth Reed (Immediate Past President of RIBA)
    • BIRMINGHAM SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE RESEARCH HUBS: POOL 1: ACADEMIC URBAN FUTURES WELLBEING POLITICAL SPACE CULTURAL CONTEXT Dr Maria Caserio /Prof Mohsen Prof Richard Coles Dr Hazem Ziada Oscar Naddermier Prof Aboutorabi
    • BIRMINGHAM SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE RESEARCH HUBS: POOL 2: PRACTICE ZERO CARBON CRITICAL ARTISTIC PEDAGOGY / EMPLOYABILITY COLLABORATE THINKING IN DESIGN Prof Ruth Reed Alessandro Columbano Dr Lubo Jankovic Prof Kathryn Moore
    • Working with industry: “Performing the role of visiting critic has beena great experience that has enabled thepractice to develop a strong symbioticrelationship with students at the school,mutually benefiting from an exchange ofexperience and fresh thinking. Perhaps thebest endorsement is that students from theschool have been key players in a number ofthe award winning schemes carried out by thepractice.” Phil Howl, Howl Associates
    • Alumni: Wembley Stadium: Angus Campbell Big House: Pierre D’Avoine W Hotel London: Mike Evans Foster & Partners Pierre D’Avoine Architects Jestico and Whiles
    • Live Projects:
    • Will Alsop exhibition at The Public
    • Will Alsop exhibition at The Public
    • Manufacturers: Seven hours later, we landed at Newark Airport. As we it appeared less cosmopolitan yet a cleaner city. One of ibstock headed towards customs, we looked back to catch a glimpse of New York’s skyline in the distance, behind what was a very dull and cloudy afternoon. It was at this moment that we felt like pinching ourselves to see if this was real and not a dream. the highlights of Chicago was a visit to the John Hancock skyscraper allowed views of the Chicago skyline which included Lake Michigan, the Willis Tower, and a lit-up grid of the City. From the planned itinerary, the buildings I was looking Rather quickly, the trip came to an end, and we all had to forward to seeing were the Rockefeller Centre, the Brooklyn head back to our lives in the UK. Nevertheless, we brought Ibstock and Birmingham School of Architecture Bridge, and the New Museum by Sanaa. I was particularly back with us great memories and, most importantly, drawn to the latter, with its six stacked vertical boxes made inspiration from the many buildings we had visited. Ibstock have for the past 25 years been supporting Schools from aluminium mesh, each offering a different experience. of Architecture by assisting with funding for study trips The reason for this attraction was the fact that I was giving a which provide future architects with an appreciation of how presentation on it, and had also used it as a precedent study buildings have altered over the years. Having an Ibstock for my university projects. As such, it would be interesting representative on the study tour ensures that a relationship interpreting the building in real terms rather than from can be built with individuals who we hope one day will published material. be in a position to specify Ibstock . They have also been supporting the BA (Hons) Architecture students with a brick After arriving at the hotel, we checked in, freshened up laying course. and headed straight to Times Square which was within walking distance from the hotel. From here, we took the subway to the Brooklyn Bridge. The plan was for us to walk the 486.3m of the longest steel suspension bridge in the world while the sun was setting. Unfortunately, and to our dismay, by the time we had arrived at the bridge New York USA Trip was refusing to get dark, which was unusual for that time of day. After walking across the bridge, from lower Manhattan Strong industry relationships allow the School to offer some to Brooklyn, we decided to stop off in a nearby Brooklyn bar students the opportunity to undertake additional studies where we would wait for the dark. After approximately one such as the annual USA trip. Each year Ibstock generously hour in the bar, we headed back out towards the bridge, provide M.Arch Architecture students with bursaries to visit where everything was glowing. At that moment, and as we New York. The trip has been running for over 20 years and witnessed what is perhaps the most beautiful picturesque has become an ‘institution’ within the School and the wider view of the Manhattan skyline, we as a group became very Birmingham architectural community. grateful for such an honourable trip sponsored by Ibstock and organised by Birmingham City University. This year students visited New York and Chicago, one of the The other great moment of our trip to New York City was Stateside the Rockefeller Centre. This offered an uninterrupted panoramic view of the New York skyline, with the Empire State Building and the Chrysler Tower to one side, and break, and with only three days to go, we could not wait for our trip stateside to begin, taking in the Big Apple followed tiring days of solid walking in New York City, we headed to by a visit to the Windy City. Finally, departure day arrived, Chicago for the remaining two nights of our stay Stateside. and on a sunny but cold Saturday morning we arrived at As we arrived in the Windy City, and as we headed out of the subway and started to walk to the hotel, I noticed that, in fact, this city was not so dissimilar to New York, although 24 25
    • SAS student society:
    • Qualifying as an Architect: The route to qualification Did you know... ‘The art of architecture can be practised by people with a wide range of skills – if I had to have maths or physics From left to right: Newcastle University; Welsh School of Architecture © Kieran Ridley; Kent School of Architecture; Welsh School of Architecture; Niall McLaughlin Architects; John McAslan + Partners.Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 I wouldn’t (and probably(interim award) (final award) (professional examination)University undergraduate University degree – varies couldn’t!) have become Welsh School of Architecture The final qualifyingdegree e.g. BA or BSc from school to school e.g. examination in professional an architect.’Three years full-time / develop BArch, Diploma, MArch practice and management is Sir Terry Farrell, Architecta broad range of skills and Two years full-time / enhanced taken at an RIBA validatedarchitectural understanding architectural knowledge and course providerFrom Year 1 you are eligible for Stage 1 project complexity Stage 2 Architect Professional Experience Professional Experience Candidates will be assessedfree RIBA Student Membership Students are still regarded on the following elements: Having gained the Part 1, 2 & 3 Paid professional experience – as undergraduate students Paid professional experience – – 24 months of professional qualifications you can registerSome UK architecture coursesrun exchange programmes usually in an architectural in the architectural education in an architectural practice; experience in a recognised as an architect with the ‘Studying architecture practice; typically one year process, but students shouldwith universities abroad for up in duration seek clarification on fee status minimum of one year in duration, to make up two years recorded recorded format such as Architects Registration Board (ARB); the title architect is gives you the opportunityto a year of study e.g. Erasmus the PEDRprogramme. Students record their at individual schools. work experience in total, though – Professional C.V. and career protected by law so that the to learn multiple skills –Some Part 1 graduates gain experience on the PEDR Students may choose to many students choose to work for a longer period to ensure evaluation – Case study public can always be sure that they are dealing with including crafting, drawing, website, monitored by a return to the school wherefurther qualifications in Professional Studies Advisor they completed Part 1, or apply they are fully prepared for the – Written examination a properly qualified architect. photography, graphics andspecialist related fields such Part 3 examinationas planning, urban design (PSA) from their University to study for Part 2 at another – Final oral examination At this point it is recommended 3D modelling. Architecture and an employment mentor school. At this stage, graduates will that you apply to becomeor conservation. also teaches you to be much London Metropolitan University from their practice. be given more responsibility a Chartered Member of the There will be opportunitiesOther Part 1 graduates move The RIBA provides model for students to carry out on projects and begin studying RIBA. This gives you access more investigative ason to work in something aspects of practice, to a wide range of servicesdifferent with the skills they contracts for students and employers to refer to specialist study and research, management and law on a and benefits, and entitles you you are constantly looking possibly abroad.have developed at this level. on the PEDR website, and Part 3 programme. to become part of a national for inspiration for your work.’ encourages students to work and international network RIBA membership at this stage Pascal Bronner, Student for an RIBA Chartered Practice. of architects. offers a range of services and Some students choose to benefits appropriate to the work for longer than one year needs of graduates at this stage at this stage – to save money of their career. ‘The best thing about an or gain a wider range of professional experience. The RIBA encourages post-Part architectural education 2 graduates to contact their RIBA Other students take time out regional office and get involved is the breadth of skills to work in overseas practices with various programmes. and depth of thought that or to travel. Others may join, or wish to is developed and which establish, a young practitioners panel or similar network in their will always be with you.’ local area. Tim O’Callaghan, Graduate
    • BA (Hons) Architecture (RIBA Part 1)
    • the undergraduate programme habitation year one
    • Level-4 | Year-1: Graphic Observations of the City | Tentative Publics
    • Level-4 | Year-1: A foundation in graphic skills, exploring urban insights
    • Level-4 | Year-1: Reimagining underused urban settings
    • Explorations of Mateirlaity
    • Propositions
    • A ‘machine’ for urban narratives and memories
    • Urban Lighthouse Ar D4 - 2 Tentative Publics Proposed Lighting Conditions Proposed Shadow Map : View below Mezzanine Pro p ose dS had ow M ap : Ae r ial ewVi Fro m Flo od g ate St Proposed Shadow Map : View From River ReaUrban Lighthouse Propo sed S hado w Ma p : Vie w Fro m Ste ps / S e ating Proposed Shadow Map : View From Floodgate St Roadside Proposed Shadow Map : View From Mezzanine Bridge Student : Myles Robert Sharples Student No. 11528042
    • Down to Earth
    • the undergraduate programme production year two
    • site boundaryhabitation>production>MOBILITY
    • M.Arch Architecture (RIBA Part 2)
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    • Recent Student Achievements: RIBA Silver Medal shortlist 2011 Shortlisted for 3D Reid Student Award Winner of Olympic £5 coin competition Andy Hassell Melisa Ramos Saiman Miah
    • www.bcu.ac.uk/biad Facebook: Birmingham School ofArchitecture _ Part 1Twitter: @Head_BhamArch www.architecture.com (RIBA)