Kent School of Architecture and Planning are pleased to announce the latest addition to the School’s postgraduate offering: MSc Bio Digital Architecture. The new MSc in Bio Digital Architecture provides students with the skills and know-how to practice architecture at the cutting edge of digital design. The programme is designed to provide a theoretical basis of Computer-Aided Architectural Design as an academic discipline while simultaneously teaching the use of the computer for analysis of design problems and a tool for the generation of space and form.
Led by KSAP’s Director of Digital Architecture, Dr Tim Ireland, the course is primarily intended for graduates and professionals from a range of design backgrounds, including architecture, interior, graphic and urban design, who wish to develop computational techniques in architecture and gain the ability to use programming as easily as any other form of communication.
If you are interested in finding out more about the programme including course structure, entry requirements, career progression and more, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to book your place on the MSc Bio Digital Architecture FREE Google Hangout on Friday 14 June at 12.00 BST.