James Taylor-Foster is a writer, editor, and curator working in the fields of architecture, design, e-culture, and technology.
"THE COURSE STRUCTURE IS HOLISTIC AND INTEGRATED, MAKING IT EASY TO UNDERSTAND THE RELEVANCE OF WHAT YOU HAVE BEEN ASKED TO ACHIEVE." -JAMES TAYLOR-FOSTER
A degree in architecture is an exercise in understanding the multidisciplinary approach to designing space. The course is divided into three distinct areas that are intertwined: design studio, technology and humanities. As you design spaces, guided by tutors, you also study the wider contextual relevance of architecture as a working profession. Studied and practiced together, these fundamental aspects are realised through regular reviews, portfolio submissions, case studies and exercises in model making. The course structure is holistic and integrated, making it easy to understand the relevance of what you have been asked to achieve.