Place and space making is at the heart of contemporary architecture practice. The importance of designing environments that are comfortable, sustainable, and thought provoking is difficult to overstate. This course is designed for creative individuals with a passionate interest in the conception, design and making of spaces, as underpinned by cultural studies. It covers theory and practice of architectural design, and design for exhibitions and installations, leading to a range of potential careers. Our unique approach to teaching is based on simulating a real design studio where philosophy and praxis merge. You will become part of a creative team that works collaboratively, mirroring the organisation and culture of the design industry, and responding to professional briefs. Our class sizes are deliberately small to allow extensive contact time with your tutors, who will focus on working with you to develop your individual strengths and talents. We are a highly qualified and enthusiastic team, comprising industry practitioners and expert academics. We are passionate about our subjects, and equally as passionate about teaching the next generation of creative space makers. We make sure that you stay inspired and develop into the artist or professional you dream of becoming: a graduate who is not only practically and critically informed, but artistically, creatively and technically prepared. Upon completing this course you pursue your career to become a: Architectural Designer, Interior Designer, Installation Artist, Museum/Exhibition Curator, CAD Technician/ Technologist, Architectural Technologist, Set/theatre Designer, Architectural Visualiser, Academic/Researcher, Estates Manager, Environmental Consultant. Some graduates choose to go and further their studies.