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Architecture & Digital Theory students

MArch AD: Wonderlab, RC1, White Rabbit 'Alien Resolution'
Architecture & Digital Theory MPhil/PhD allows students to produce original research in areas related to computational tools, applied to design and regardless of scale, historical timeframe or methodological approach.


This programme has a diverse body of students, half of which are international. Many are funded by their home governments or by UCL, one of the UK research councils, or another funding body such as the Royal Institute of British Architects.


Current students 


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Image: Zahira El Nazer


Zahira El Nazer
An Archeology of Complexity: On How Cities Self-Organise

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Image: International Space Station Model Photograph (approaching spacecraft/astronaut view from below). National Space Centre, Leicester, UK. Nikon Z7. Copyright Mark Garcia 2021

 

Mark Garcia

The 21st Century Posthuman Architectural Design of Spacecraft and Spaceships

 

 

Recurv(e)sive 2011-2012 - Alberto Fernández González

 

Alberto Fernández González

Cellular Architecture: From Discrete grids to a High-Resolution Space

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Sheng-Yang (William) Huang
Investigating the Architectural Rationality in Connectionist Design Cognition and Computation

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Theoretical foundations of evolutionary transformation in digital architecture, by Melih Kamaoğlu. From left to the right; evolution theory, genetics and computation.

 

Melih Kamaoğlu

Evolutionary Transformation in Digital Architecture

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Continuous façade, 2018. Laser-etched xylographs – Elizabeth Selby

 

Elizabeth Selby
Fidelity in the Age of Digital Reproduction: Architecture and the Delamination of Truth and Representation

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