Interview Jeremy Till

Jeremy Till is an architect, writer and educator. Head of Central Saint Martins and Pro Vice-Chancellor of University of the Arts London. He was Professor of Architecture and Head of School of Architecture at the University of Sheffield between 1998 and 2006 […]

Kim Trogal, MPhil Dissertation, 2009. Affective Urban Practices is a work interested in how creative spatial practices can give rise to an increased capacity to affect and be affected. The study valorises ‘care’ as a specific affective logic of the ‘feminine’ as a means to work with collective space.

Interview MatriArch

MatriArch is an initiative that facilitates discussions on architectural education and practice, with the aim to share more female and non-binary voices and create a better more accessible environment […]

Booklet. Ruth Morrow, A Bank of Ideas Publication, 2003. This is a booklet about a first year design studio in a school of architecture. It describes and reflects on changes that happened in the course over a three year period starting September 2000.

Book Chapter. Rachel Sara, in Writings in Architectural Education, ed. by E. Harder, 2001-2002. There is a gaping hole in the mainstream (malestream? (Weiner, 1994)) discourse about the role of gender, and indeed race, sexuality and disability in the architectural profession […]

The Live Projects are a pioneering educational initiative introduced by the School of Architecture at the University of Sheffield. Masters architecture students work in Live Project groups with a range of clients including local community groups, charities, health organisations and regional authorities.

MatriArch facilitates discussions on architectural education and practice, with the aim to share more female and non-binary voices and create a better more accessible environment.

The Feminist Research group is an SSOA initiative which began in 2018. It came about due to the recognition that a number of staff and PhD students were engaging various feminist approaches in their research.

Conference Paper. Emma Cheatle and Catalina Mejía Moreno, presented at the 16th Annual International Conference of the AHRA in Dundee, 2019. We are two, and many. Alone, two, and a collective (Lacan, 2006 [1949]; Irigaray, 2001). In 2018 we, and others, intersected with a collaborative, Feminist Art and Architecture Collaborative (FAAC), to write the manifesto, ‘To Manifest’ […]

Article. Carolyn Butterworth and Sam Vardy, in Field:, 2.1, 2008. This paper explores the role the site survey could play in developing architectural praxis where agency is shared at all stages with participatory diverse users.

Katherine Dauncey and Clare Timpani, MArch Design Project, 2020. Our Place is a new model of community centre that belongs on every highstreet in the country. This project offers an alternative response to current pressures facing the social care system while also offering a regeneration strategy for the declining highstreet.

Rachel Sara, PhD Thesis, 2004. This thesis traces a history of the design studio, provides a description and
critique of the current normative model, and summarises the criticisms of the current system, followed by ways in which architectural educators are addressing these criticisms. Both the studio and live projects are then […]

Kim Trogal, PhD Thesis, 2012. This PhD brings feminist ethics of care and feminist methodologies to bear on an examination of agency in contemporary practice. In following feminist theorists to define care as […]

Interview Rachel Sara

Rachel Sara is Oscar Naddermier Professor of Architecture at Birmingham City University. She undertook her architectural studies at Sheffield School of Architecture […]