This course is designed for architects, landscape architects, environmental designers, and strategic planners who want to be involved in designing the cities of the future.
Design projects will address live briefs at a range of scales, from the strategic to the site-specific. Themes include the public realm, green and blue infrastructures, resilient and adaptive city strategies, growth and transformation through time, climate change, biodiversity, and zones of transition.
Through critical case studies and your final MA project, you may tailor the course to your interests and study chose areas in greater depth.
Reasons to choose Kingston University
- You will have opportunities to work on live projects such as European and local consultancy briefs within the Landscape Interface Studio.
- There are international workshops, external lectures and optional visits to London shows, museums, and institutions (these may incur additional costs).
- There are opportunities to work in collaboration with the industry. Students have worked with Arup, AECOM, Atkins, Gustafson Porter + Bowman, Grant Associates, and Historic Royal Parks.