The University of Westminster’s Postgraduate Architecture exhibition, PG 2017, will launch on Friday 15 September (18:00 – 21:00), as part of the London Festival of Architecture 2017. 

The exhibition will feature work from five master’s programmes: Architecture MA, Architecture and Environmental Design MSc, Interior Design MA, International Planning and Sustainable Development MA and Urban Design MA, alongside work from Westminster Working Cultures and the recent sustainable Urban Design Charrette Florence, Italy.

Taking part within our breath-taking Architecture Studios (M410-M413), the exhibition promises to offer a fascinating insight into the nature of research in architecture and the built environment. Ranging from the intellectually challenging world of critical theory to the many exciting possibilities of research by design.

An exciting mix of people from different design and technical disciplines, and from many different cultural backgrounds, come together to study on our courses. Each individual brings with them their own particular mix of interests and experience and the thesis allows each student to direct their research towards areas of study that builds on their previous education and can shape their future career.

The PG 2017 exhibition will be open to the public from 9am to 9pm every day between Friday 15 and Friday 22 September - with the exception of Friday 15 September (6pm - 9pm), and Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 September (10am – 5pm). All shows take place at the University of Westminster’s Marylebone Campus, 35 Marylebone Road, London NW1 5LS.

The University of Westminster is one of the UK's leading centres for the study of Architecture and the Built Environment inspiring more than 2,000 students at its teaching base at Marylebone, in central London. The Faculty aims to explore the core subject areas that address the future shape of our cities and encourage the dynamic thinking that makes our courses the envy of others.

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