Date of publication: 2017-09-06 06:39
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"The work placement module was extremely rewarding and informative. I had a chance to experience first-hand the theories we had learned in the classroom in particular, the implementation of outcome-based accountability."
This module assists you in the refinement of representation skills and techniques and develops their approach to the representation and communication of their design proposal. This enables you to arrive at a formal, spatial, contextual and programmatic resolution of a design project.
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"The training that I received at London Met gave me the confidence to be a co-founder of Cultural Signatures. To have the academic support from the University behind me whilst doing this has been invaluable."
Architecture is an act of interpretation. This might emerge through direct experience or through representation in another form, whether visual, oral or literary. Representations of architecture both construct its meaning and are fundamental to the processes of its design. A completed work of architecture brings together the different concerns, which have informed its development and translates them into a coherent spatial and material whole.
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Professor Gergely Csibra's election as a foreign associate is a highly prestigious honour given in recognition of his distinguished and continuing achievements in original research.