Eva Cameron Coutts talks to third year Intermedia students about their site-specific work at Lauriston Castle.
PhD student, Naomi Pearce, tells us about her work on a new London exhibition blending the historical and the contemporary.
Professor Iain Boyd Whyte joins us to discuss 'Modernity, Architecture, and the City'
Svetlana and Maja collaborate on public art including 'Tree of Knowledge' and 'Imprint' at Edinburgh's Fountainbridge, and 'The Archer' at Musselburgh.
Announcing the details of the five AHT seminars scheduled for this semester.
For the final Architectural History and Theory seminar of the semester, we are joined by Diane Watters, Buildings Investigator at Historic Environment Scotland, for a discussion of 'Cardross Seminary: Fate, Failure or Tragic Myth?'
In the fourth Architectural History and Theory seminar of the semester, we are joined by Professor Anthony Geraghty, who will discuss 'Architecture about Architecture: Castle Howard and the English Baroque'. Anthony is Professor of the History of Art at the University of York.
Dr Thomas-Leo True joins us from the British School at Rome to discuss Palazzo Gallo at Osimo, an unattributed Renaissance cardinal’s palace at the periphery of the Papal States.
Dagmar Motycka Weston joins us to discuss Le Corbusier's Musée Mondial.
Honours course commencing in January 2017 and new edition of classic textbook.