Jenny Kingston is an architect and urban designer working mainly on public realm schemes in rapidly changing areas of London. Alongside teaching at UoW she works with muf architecture/art. She has previously taught and been a visiting lecturer and guest critic at various schools in the Europe, USA and the UK.Read More...
Rim Kalsoum is an architectural designer currently working at ArchitectureDoingPlace and is a visiting Lecturer at the University of Westminster where she completed both Parts 1 & 2. She is co-founder and creative director of Muslim Women in Architecture.Read More...
Many thanks to our Peer Assisted Learners Andrea Antoniou and Molly HarperRead More...
to our excellent students for working in variously difficult circumstances and rising to the challenge admirably.Read More...
The studio asked students to critically engage with ‘the right to the city’ as an idea and social movement. The projects explored how cities could better serve their communities and enhance our shared culture by opening up a space for exchange and experimentation. Students chose one government department and paired it with a related local use, group or activity. The projects proposed activities which complement and challenge each other spatially and ideologically, all whilst thinking about how buildings can provide a generous boundary to the street or surrounding public space.Read More...