ECA News

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The Cosy | Gyro workshop and exhibition
Image courtesy of Obioma Oji

Obioma Oji discusses the recent Cosy | Gyro workshop and exhibition which took place in the Sculpture Court, and the research related to it.

Undergraduate students talk about what they make of their first term’s studies.

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Researchers from the Universities of Edinburgh and Heriot-Watt
Researchers, past and present, from the Universities of Edinburgh and Heriot-Watt

ESALA and EGIS are first in Scotland, and second in the UK, for research power in Architecture, Built Environment and Planning.

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Images from a selection of ECA research projects
ECA research projects span a range of disciplines

Results reflect our dynamic research environment and the quality and commitment of our colleagues.

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Oval Silhouette Brooch, Beth Legg, oxidised silver, 7.7 x 3.5 x 1.1 cm
Image courtesy of Stacey Bentley, The Scottish Gallery

Beth Legg studied Jewellery at ECA as a BA, MA, and practice-led PhD student

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Alex Bremner receiving the Berger British Art Prize 2014
Alex Bremner wins the William MB Berger Prize 2014
Alex is pictured receiving his award from Professor Gavin Stamp

Alex Bremner's 'Imperial Gothic' wins William M. B. Berger Prize for British Art History 2014.

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Candela, a building with structures which are appropriately configured for their spans
From 'Structure and Architecture: tectonics of form'
Image courtesy of Rauenstein / Wikimedia Commons; E Z Smith / Hawkeye

Professor Angus Macdonald contributes chapter to 'The Routledge Handbook for Architecture'

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Image courtesy of Wenjing Lu

Student researching geek culture took her dream trip to The Shire

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Skoog 2 with app
The Skoog 2.0 with bespoke app
Image courtesy of Skoogmusic Ltd

Research-led spin-off company launches the Skoog 2.0 in Edinburgh.

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Image courtesy of Cornelia Kopp (used under a Creative Commons license)

Worldwide collaborative team includes Professor Raymond MacDonald, Head of Reid School of Music