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YOU LISTEN WATCH DISCOVER HERE


Your lecturers know their industry inside out. They understand the skills employers look for and how to make you stand out from the competition. It all starts with projects that encourage you to take your learning beyond the lecture theatre.


Dr Homeira Shayesteh looks at architecture from the users’ point of view. She was part of the delivery team for the government’s Digital Built Britain strategy for the inclusion of digital innovations in the built environment.


“Our students led the project to design and build the Pavilion on campus while my colleague Dr Tong Yang and I worked closely with them to make the project happen. It’s a nature-based open structure that’s made a mark as a ‘live learning resource’ for everyone.


The students started the project three years ago when they pitched ideas to senior people in the University. They worked as a team to get planning permission from Barnet Council with help from the university buildings team. Then the students supported the construction company as they built it. In the second year of the


project students looked at environmental impact, especially when selecting materials. For example, they chose innovative ceiling panels made from a waste-based material. We have a network of people, from sustainability consultants to architects, that we bring in to speak and work with the students too.”


MOVING FORWARD


“We’ve set a five-year plan for the future of the Pavilion based on the University’s strategy. Students are looking at the evidence about how people use it and trying new technologies to adapt it for the future. It’s not just architecture and design technology students who are involved – our photography, graphic design and TV production students learn here and our trainee teachers use it as a practice teaching space.


They’ve done something that has not been done in any other university to this level. Working as a team with industry professionals makes our students stand out from the crowd – it’s very competitive out there.”


DR HOMEIRA SHAYESTEH SENIOR LECTURER IN ARCHITECTURE, CONSTRUCTION AND BUILDING INFORMATION MODELLING (BIM)


Learning and teaching


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