Collaborating Across Borders- ASN Sheffield 2016

The University of Sheffield is hosting an ASN Conference where students will discuss the challenges architecture students face in a globalised world.
What are the barriers to international students within the architectural education?

How can students benefit from a Europe-based education?

Cultural differences and language barriers – how do these effect collaboration between students and how to overcome these barriers?


Collaborating Across Borders ASN Sheffield 2016

2015 Student Degree Shows – Full Details

If you have any updates or would like to have your school added, please email info to


Kingston University

Dates 30 May – 5 June

Where Kingston University, Knights Park, Grange Road, London

Sir John Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design

Dates 26 June – 4 July

Where The Cass, Central House, London


Bartlett School of Architecture

Dates 12 – 26 June

Where Bartlett School of Architecture, 140 Hampstead Road, NW1 2BX


Royal College of Art

Dates 25 June – 5 July

Where Dyson Building, Battersea Campus, Howie Street, SW11 4AY


University of Westminster

Dates 25 June – 5 July

Where 35 Marlyebone Road, NW1 5LS


University of Greenwich

Dates 13 – 28 June

Where 11 Stockwell Street, Greenwich


Architectural Association

Dates 28 June – 18 July

Where AA, Bedford Square


Central St Martins College of Art and Design

Dates 24 – 28 June

Where The Granary Building, 1 Granary Square, N1C 4AA


Welsh School of Architecture

Dates 26 – 28 June

Where Londonnewcastle Project Space, E2 7DP


University of Newcastle

Dates 17 – 24 July

Where Dog Eared Films Studio, 25 – 28 Field Street, London


University of Cambridge

Dates 7 – 9 July

Where The Brewery, London



Mackintosh School of Architecture

Dates 13 – 20 June

Where Bourdon Building, Renfrew Street, Glasgow


Edinburgh School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture

Dates 30 May – 7 June

Where Sculpture Court, 74 Lauriston Place, Edinburgh


Scott Sutherland School of Architecture and the Built Environment

Dates 18 – 24 June

Where Garthdee Road, Aberdeen


University of Strathclyde

Dates 8 June – 19 June

Where Level three, James Weir Building, 75 Montrose Street, Glasgow


University of Dundee

Dates 23 – 31 May

Where Level six, Matthew Building, University of Dundee



University of Newcastle

Dates 13 June – 10 July

Where Newcastle University



Manchester School of Architecture

Dates 13 – 24 June

Where Benzie, Chatham and Grosvenor Buildings, Manchester Metropolitan University’s All Saints Campus


Liverpool School of Art and Design

Dates 29 May – 12 June

Where 2 Duckinfield Street, Liverpool, Merseyside L3 5RD


Liverpool School of Architecture

Dates 26 June

Where Brownlow Hill, Liverpool, Merseyside L69 3BX


University of Central Lancashire

Dates 12 – 20 June

Where Harris and Edward Buildings, University of Central Lancashire, Preston



Sheffield School of Architecture

Dates 19 June – 31 July

Where Floors 16 & 17, Arts Tower, Sheffield


Sheffield Hallam University

Dates 13 – 26 June

Where City Centre Campus, Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield


Leeds School of Art, Architecture and Design

Dates 06 June – 12 June

Where City Campus, Leeds, LS1 3HE


Huddersfield School of Art, Design and Architecture

Dates 13 – 25 June

Where University of Huddersfield, Queensgate, Huddersfield



Birmingham School of Architecture

Dates 15 – 20 June

Where Parkside Building, City Centre Campus, Curzon Street, Birmingham



Leicester School of Architecture

Dates 13 – 18 June

Where De Montfort University, Mill Lane, Leicester


Nottingham Trent University

Dates 6 – 12 June

Where Arkwright building, NTU City Site, Nottingham


University of Lincoln

Dates 5 – 19 June

Where School of Architecture and Design, College of Arts, University of Lincoln, Brayford Pool, LN6 7TS



University of the West of England

Dates 4 June

Where Block R, Frenchay Campus, Bristol


Plymouth School of Architecture, Design and Environment

Dates 13 – 24 June

Where Floors 5 & 6, Roland Levinsky Building, Plymouth



Portsmouth School of Architecture

Dates 1 – 5 June

Where Eldon Building, Winston Churchill Avenue


Kent School of Architecture

Dates 1 – 5 June

Where Eldon Building, Winston Churchill Avenue


University of Brighton

Dates 5 – 14 June

Where Circus Street Municipal Market, Brighton, BN2 9QF


Oxford Brookes University

Dates 30 May – 10 June

Where The Glass Tank, Abercrombie Building, OX3 0BP


Canterbury School of Architecture

Dates 30 May – 12 June

Where University for the Creative Arts, Canterbury Campus



Queen’s University of Belfast

Dates 18 – 26 June

Where Architecture Studios, David Keir Building, Stranmillis Road


Belfast School of Architecture

Dates 5 – 12 June

Where Belfast School of Architecture, University of Ulster


Thanks to the Architects Journal for some of the information.

2013 Degree Show listings

It’s that time of year again.

The burnt out haze that directly follows the intense week or two before final presentations and portfolio submissions is making studios up and down the country fuggy as we reprint, trim and label our drawings for our respective degree shows.


Thankfully, to save us too much extra effort in our search for inspiration from or comparison to our peers across the country, James Benedict Brown (lecturer at NUA) has complied a list of all the show dates on his otherwise interesting blog.

You can find it here.


It seems that only Cardiff is missing from the list, so if anyone there has info on dates or location, do get in touch.

LIMITATIONS Panel Discussion & PAPER Issue #9 Launch

LIMITATIONS – Panel discussion on architectural zines & PAPER new issue launch
Thu 24 Jan ’13
18:30 – 20:30

Room MG14 – Westminster University
35 Marylebone Road
London NW1 5LS
Tel: 07837273094


LIMITATION is a condition inherent to independent and self-produced publications. How each zine creatively deals with this condition also generates it unique character. In this panel discussion and new issue launch, PAPER (Platform for Architectural Projects, Essays & Research) invites guest zines such as Fulcrum (Jack Self), MAP (David Garcia), and PEAR (Matthew Butcher) to critically reflect upon the zines’ genesis, process, lifespan, and how ‘limitation’ became a creative pulse behind these alternative voices and opened up unlimited opportunities.

The panel discussion inaugurates a series of events exploring the theme ‘limitations’. It will be followed by an exhibition and a publication later in the year.

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