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The UK is home to one of the best architecture industries in the world. It generated £3.6 billion in revenue for the UK economy in 2018 and currently employs a workforce of around 44,000 talented individuals.

The Coronet Cinema Hotel by Yulia Bykova

BA (Hons) Interior Design Environment Architectures

BA (Hons) Interior Design Environment Architectures 

@yulia_ideas

The Coronet Cinema Hotel 

Personal Bio: I believe that creativity and inspiration originate from the mixture of polar thoughts and ideas.

Design as a tool of communication plays a crucial part in delivering these artistic concepts to the rest of the world.

As a designer I am constantly feeling an urge to be delivering a profound message to an audience through creation of unique spaces and objects in response to its contemporary needs.

I have the technical capability and courage to make an innovative and sensitive contribution to the world of your practice, due to my endless curiosity, energy and awareness of the global value of design.

 

Sports Therapy Centre by student JamesCook

BA (Hons) Architecture

BA (Hons) Architecture 

Instagram: @jcarchdesign

Project: Sports Therapy Centre 

Personal Bio: 

James is a creative student who is highly motivated with a proactive attitude to work and great attention to detail.

He is computer literate with advanced and intermediate skills in architectural software, producing plans, sections and elevations.

With a passionate interest in improving a person’s life through design, his work often explores how architecture can benefit and influence a person’s lifestyle through design.

His work seeks to explore how form can be linked to the function of the building and attempts to incorporate sustainability aspects into these areas where possible.

He has worked on many different types of building within his projects such as residential and commercial and is confident in using a wide variety of architectural computer skills to present different aspects of a project.

The Coronet Cinema Hotel by student Yulia Bykova

BA (Hons) Interior Design Environment Architectures

BA (Hons) Interior Design Environment Architectures 

@yulia_ideas

The Coronet Cinema Hotel 

Personal Bio: I believe that creativity and inspiration originate from the mixture of polar thoughts and ideas.

Design as a tool of communication plays a crucial part in delivering these artistic concepts to the rest of the world.

As a designer I am constantly feeling an urge to be delivering a profound message to an audience through creation of unique spaces and objects in response to its contemporary needs.

I have the technical capability and courage to make an innovative and sensitive contribution to the world of your practice, due to my endless curiosity, energy and awareness of the global value of design.

Sports Therapy Centre by student James Cook

BA (Hons) Architecture

BA (Hons) Architecture 

Instagram: @jcarchdesign

Project: Sports Therapy Centre 

Personal Bio: 

James is a creative student who is highly motivated with a proactive attitude to work and great attention to detail.

He is computer literate with advanced and intermediate skills in architectural software, producing plans, sections and elevations.

With a passionate interest in improving a person’s life through design, his work often explores how architecture can benefit and influence a person’s lifestyle through design.

His work seeks to explore how form can be linked to the function of the building and attempts to incorporate sustainability aspects into these areas where possible.

He has worked on many different types of building within his projects such as residential and commercial and is confident in using a wide variety of architectural computer skills to present different aspects of a project.

The Coronet Cinema Hotel by Yulia Bykova

BA (Hons) Interior Design Environment Architectures 

The Coronet Cinema Hotel by Yulia Bykova

@yulia_ideas

Personal Bio: I believe that creativity and inspiration originate from the mixture of polar thoughts and ideas.

Design as a tool of communication plays a crucial part in delivering these artistic concepts to the rest of the world.

As a designer I am constantly feeling an urge to be delivering a profound message to an audience through creation of unique spaces and objects in response to its contemporary needs.

I have the technical capability and courage to make an innovative and sensitive contribution to the world of your practice, due to my endless curiosity, energy and awareness of the global value of design.

 

The Coronet Cinema Hotel - Yulia Bykova

The Coronet Cinema Hotel - Yulia Bykova

BA (Hons) Interior Design Environment Architectures 

@yulia_ideas

The Coronet Cinema Hotel 

Personal Bio: I believe that creativity and inspiration originate from the mixture of polar thoughts and ideas.

Design as a tool of communication plays a crucial part in delivering these artistic concepts to the rest of the world.

As a designer I am constantly feeling an urge to be delivering a profound message to an audience through creation of unique spaces and objects in response to its contemporary needs.

I have the technical capability and courage to make an innovative and sensitive contribution to the world of your practice, due to my endless curiosity, energy and awareness of the global value of design.

 

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With such a renowned architecture sector, it is no surprise that the UK attracts talent from around the world. London is the hotspot for this talent, with the highest concentration of architectural practices of any city in the world.

British architecture continues to be a leading light in adopting new and experimental techniques and in creating structures that transform our cityscapes.

When it comes to breaking the mould, UK architecture does not shy away from change. Internationally recognised architects such as the late Dame Zaha Hadid, Sir Norman Foster and Will Alsop have all helped the UK build a reputation for pioneering and avant-garde architecture.

UK architecture is also leading the way in low-carbon and sustainable architectural design, creating ground-breaking ecologically-friendly and energy-efficient buildings.

Alan Philips

Creative Industries

Those working in the field hold positions in a broad range of roles from architects to urban developers and interior designers.

These roles span numerous areas within the architecture sector including the likes of cultural projects, heritage matters, commercial development, international project development and retail design.

Interior architecture graduates often go on to design the rehabilitation and extension of existing buildings, or the creation of new built environments. You could find yourself working in architectural and urban consultancy, workplace design, housing research, and retail planning or community development.

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RIBA - Ravensbourne building cuttings

RIBA Journal, January 2020

How public art can enrich the urban realm

The award-winning Ravensbourne University building is a shining example of how a new building can fit harmoniously into the surrounding area as a piece of art, says Riba Journal, inspiring the public and students alike.

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