The Designing Architecture MArch course at The London School of Architecture combines advanced technical skill development with real-world architectural experience.
The LSA's MArch in Designing Architecture is a two-year programme of Part 2-level study composed of ten modules that address specific aspects of the knowledge, skills and behaviours our graduates will require.
We also have a public programme, including lectures, events, collective peer development and our website, which provide a platform for discourse and knowledge exchange. Each year is defined as the inter-practice year and proto-practice year.
In the former, students are employed in three-day per week, 12-month placements hosted by our Practice Network; in their other time they work on LSA projects.
In the proto-practice year, students are full-time with the LSA developing individual thesis design projects. The school uses the city as both its campus and testing ground, siting our investigations and projects in a different borough every year.
Top image: The Live/Work City by student Yavor Ivanov, which presents a new model of homes, workplaces and industries, allowing them to share spaces and resources.