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Architects of the future

Our students are developing their creativity in design to bring their ideas to reality


Undergraduate

Gina Bugten-Dinesen: industry relevant learning

BSc Architecture graduate Gina flourished academically and enjoyed being a part of a thriving community in the School of Architecture.

Daniel Hellyer: award-winning collaboration

Daniel combined a passion for construction, design and medicine into his studies.

Paulina Lemos: building bridges with practice

As part of the first student cohort studying Architecture at Reading, Paulina helped to shape the identity of the course and supported the development of the End of Year Show.

Maria Paolini: RIBA mentoring scheme

Maria gained valuable insight into built environment working practices as a final year student on the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Mentoring Scheme.

Dan Wightman: An architectural internship

An internship with an established practice gave BSc Architecture student Dan Wightman valuable insight into life as a professional architect.

Toby Barlow: the road to architecture

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After finishing his BSc Architecture degree, Toby secured a role as a Part 1 Architectural Assistant at Spratley & Partners. 

Postgraduate

Shanzina Alam: designing with purpose

Shanzina Alam and two other students standing around a table, talking.
Studying for her master's at Reading, Shanzina has been able to develop her passion for inclusive architecture.

Paniz Alizadeh-Irani: professional skills modules

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Paniz shares how much she has gained from the professional aspects of her Master of Architecture programme.

Adam Dobson: re-thinking the social potential of stadia

In his postgraduate studies, Adam has been exploring his passion and researching the social potential of stadia. 

Daniel Hellyer: design for deconstruction

Daniel Hellyer decided to return to the School of Architecture for his Part 2 studies, focussing on sustainable design with deconstruction in mind. 

Experts in their field

Our academics and practitioners are using their passion for architecture to build a better world. 

Bob Allies: Urban Space Man

Bob Allies thinks architects need to imagine how cities will evolve, and then design to accommodate that change.

Oliver Froome-Lewis: connecting spaces

Associate Professor Oliver Froome-Lewis argues that the study of architecture should be firmly engaged with the world around us today.

Emily Pallot: Building relationships

Architect Emily Pallot is recognising the mutual benefits of close collaboration between architectural education and industry.

Penelope Plaza: reclaiming Caracas

Dr Penelope Plaza is using her experience and skills as an architect to improve people's lives in Caracas, Venezuela.

Flora Samuel: blueprints for a better world

Professor Flora Samuel believes that good architecture is integral to happiness and wellbeing.
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