The Architecture BSc course at the University of Wales Trinity St David provides students with a grounding in architectural theory and practice.
A fresh approach to architectural education rooted in its locality but with a global perspective. Architecture meets the needs of people to respect their culture and values and the traditions of their communities while offering the best that new technology and contemporary international design culture can contribute to the shaping of the environment.
The course is validated at Part 1 by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA).
Dedicated studio space in the IQ Building with PC workstations running the latest architectural software packages with access to workshop model-making facilities.
Theory, context and language
We promote an approach to building design that is responsive to its physical and cultural context. Whether in the city, the country, or on the coast, design should be responsive to both functional requirements and its physical location.
Sustainability informs the teaching throughout the course, not only through low energy, zero-carbon building design, but also to include social, economic, cultural, health, and resource efficiency.
Top image: Welsh Architectural Archive project by student Naomi Pocknell, which was completed in July 2021
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