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Graduates 2021: Interior Architecture: Matilda Swift-Barnard

“My final project is called ‘Extinction Rebellion HQ & Clandestine Network of Tunnels for Protests’. Sustainability is the key theme. The narrative is told through an unlikely partnership between two characters: Gail Bradbrook, co-founder of Extinction Rebellion, a global environmental movement, and Ken Quantick, a Brighton-based bin man.”

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Make a Job bookcover

Gem Barton gives talk at The Design Museum

Gem Barton, Course Leader of Interior Architecture has given a talk on the future of design at The Design Museum in London.  In her talk Gem described her new book, ‘Don’t Get a Job…Make a Job: How to make it as a creative graduate’ (Laurence King Publishing, 2016). This is a practical guide for graduating […]

Source: The University of Brighton Architecture & Interior Architecture Blog

Newhaven Fort

Newhaven Fort trip – Brighton Architecture & Interior Architecture

This week students had a site visit to Newhaven Fort; here final year student Gaby Eason reflects on the experience. Exploring Newhaven Fort, made it apparent that we, as a generation have become disconnected from our history. From Newhaven Town to Fort Rise, the grey dreary weather mirrored the experience that the soldiers would have […]

Source: Newhaven Fort Trip. – The University of Brighton Architecture & Interior Architecture Blog

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