Sustainable, vernacular and natural architecture talk.

Hey, you, would you like to learn more about sustainable, vernacular and natural architecture? If the answer is yes then you’re in luck, as next Wednesday (the 26th February) you can meet the East Midland Earth Stucture Society (EMESS) to discuss ‘radical eco-architecture’.

Sound good? Hop on over to the MB1009 in the MAB at 7pm to get involved. ArchLOVE will be there to present on those issues along with members of the Abundant Earth Community so this will be a great opportunity to discover more about alternative architectural practices from some people who work with them every day.


New portfolio site unveiled

Students at the Lincoln School of Architecture start producing concept and model work from the minute they arrive, but up until now that work has only been seen by their peers, their tutors and anyone else they choose to show themselves.

All of that is about to change, with the launch of our brand new portfolio site. Designed to show off the best of the School’s creativity, the site will be updated to bring you all the latest gems coming out from across the year groups. Put together by our own Barbara Griffin, senior lecturer on the MArch course, we’re sure you’ll agree that it looks AMAZING and showcases the great range of what our students have to offer.

portfolio site screen grab

You can see the site here. Check back often to see everything what’s being produced.