Bartlett MArch programme director

Marjan becomes acting director of Bartlett MArch Architecture program for the next 7 months.
MArch Architecture (ARB/RIBA Part 2)


The MArch Architecture (ARB/RIBA Pt2) is a two year full-time Masters course which, in addition, leads to exemption from ARB/RIBA Part Two.
The course has an international reputation and is generally regarded as one of the leading Part 2 courses in the country.
The course encourages both a rigorous professional approach to architecture within a highly speculative and creative context.
There is an emphasis on work being conducted at a graduate level, with the expectation that students will, through reading and research, define a particular area of study. The course operates through a design unit system that stresses innovation and continually highlights the value of propositions, their social impact and professional requirements. Design is thus always conducted within a broad and rigorous intellectual framework provided by the unit tutors, the culture of the school and the external expectations placed upon it. We expect a high level of skill in design, resourceful research and substantiated argument as well as the thoughtful application of technological and environmental criteria.
Each design unit provides a range of design, technological and related skills, as well as a clear and particular intellectual position within which to conduct those skills. Each of the units thus provides a strong identity within which the student is encouraged to develop her/his own particular approach to the study of architecture.
MArch Architecture Units