This course will teach you how to produce a portfolio of work which is required when applying for undergraduate courses in architecture.
Highlights include drawing and sketching, visits to current London exhibitions, as well as the basic tools and techniques to present your portfolio with confidence.
Course aims and benefits:
During this 4-day intensive spring course, you will be guided by Cass Architecture and Foundation tutors to produce a portfolio of work that can be used as the basis to apply for further study at university level.
The course will focus on understanding spatial observation and interactions within the built environment.
The course includes:
The aim is to develop techniques and improve skills and confidence in both observed and experimental drawings and representation.
Your tutors on this course will be Dr Bo Tang and Shamoon Patwari.
Upon completion of this course, you will be guaranteed an interview after application via UCAS for one of our related Extended Degree or BA courses at The Cass.
The course is appropriate for school and college level students and is structured for 16 - 19 year olds. It will also support those preparing their AS or A-level portfolios who have a specific interest in architectural, interior and three-dimensional design. This course does not require prior knowledge of architecture and design but basic skills in drawing and observation will be useful. We would advise you equip yourself with, at the minimum: * A4 or A3 sketch book * Set of drawing pencils, rubber and pencil sharpener * Ruler and a scale ruler * UHU type glue, glue stick * Scissors * Assorted coloured pencils and coloured pens * Basic set of charcoal sticks or chalks
London, E1 7NT
Concessions may be available for those on an income-related benefit
Duration: 4 weeks
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