The IF_DO team's design was chosen to form a temporary structure to host a series of events as part of the London Festival of Architecture.
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Dr Penny Travlou talks to us about her management role in the ‘From Sharing to Caring’ COST Action.
ECA's diversity and partnerships with European Universities has brought together GRAFT, an exciting group of alumni contributing to the artistic life of the city.
Announcing the details of the 14 ESALA Research Seminars scheduled for Semester Two.
Announcing the details of the five AHT seminars scheduled for this semester.
Patricia Macdonald and Angus Macdonald exhibit at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery.
Architecture student, Ruth Hamilton, talks to us about her customisable design.
Two alumni were selected in the Student Dissertation and Student Portfolio categories.
Students and staff from the MArch programme visited Japan in October.
The exhibition is based on research by Prof Fiona McLachlan, the Professor of Architectural Practice at ECA.