Architecture at Cambridge is centred around studio work, where a design project is compiled into a final portfolio. My projects have varied greatly, with tutors from various architectural practices providing different insights into the design process.
I have approached architecture both from the scale of the private room, investigating spaces through filmic and literary precedents, and from the scale of the city in a collaborative and realistic masterplan that takes into account socioeconomic and cultural issues within a community. The research based ethos of the department is evident in the lecture courses which have provided invaluable historical, technical, and environmental knowledge over the past three years. This exposure to a broad range of disciplines allowed me to specialise in my final year in a topic that truly interested me.