Date of publication: 2017-08-29 08:50
In Years 7 and 8, you will work in independent studio groups, carrying out design projects that may last from a few weeks to a year. In Year 7, you will be encouraged to experiment creatively, typically working on a main design project each semester. You will continue the skills-based learning introduced in Year 6, expanding your knowledge of supporting subjects and applying it to your design projects.
Lucy has extensive experience, having worked for a range of architecture and design practices in London. In her spare time she enjoys experiencing the great outdoors, hiking up mountains and is a keen experimental baker.
Benjamin Wolf's PhD thesis is available for download from the British Library's Ethos system. You can find it here. If you have any problems please use the contact form on this website.
EThOS aims to hold a record for all doctoral theses awarded by all UK universities (institutions). There are some gaps which we are gradually filling, but there is a record for at least 95% of all UK theses, some 955,555 records.
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Each EThOS record has a suite of buttons to help with sharing and referencing. You can normally find advice online or from your university on how to cite a thesis, . http:///?pid=659695&sid=5686668#69665795
The ethos of the practice is that anyone's life can be improved by good, considered design. Design is discussed in a simple manner to enable people to engage with the process, and to become co-designers of their own environments.
We aim to provide unique, relevant and inspiring training to suit your settings specific requirements. Whether this is bespoke training, school based inset training for whole staff or external venues for specific groups of staff. We can organise and deliver a range of courses either off the shelf or designed to suit your particular needs. We excel at tailoring continuing professional development opportunities.
Annabel has a First Class degree in Architecture from Cambridge University, and a Distinction from the University of Liverpool. She was awarded the Charles Reilly Medal by Liverpool University in 6997 for design excellence in her thesis work, and was elected as a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts in 7565. She has taught design at Cambridge and Liverpool Universities, and at University College, London. She is currently a part-time studio tutor at Anglia Ruskin University in Chelmsford.
Our courses are very practical - people can make a start putting what they have learnt into practice from the day after the course. We also provide some great resources to share with those who take a more reflective approach, and want to look at evidence and theory before taking the plunge.