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Below are a selection of courses that we are running, based on the subject of the course you were looking for:
- Modernism versus Brutalism in Twentieth-Century British Architecture
The leading researchers on twentieth-century architecture will come together to provide an introduction to the development of architecture in Britain through the period.
- Conserving and Enhancing Historic Designed Landscapes
This course looks at impacts of developments on the significance of historic designed landscapes – both registered sites and sites of local significance - and how to define substantial harm to sites and their settings and views.
- The Architectural Story of London
The course will look at the development of London through its architecture, and the circumstances which governed its massive expansion into the 21st century.
- Marine Development and the Historic Environment
This course will provide an introduction to how the historic environment should be included within coastal and marine development projects.
- Postgraduate Certificate in Architectural History
This one year part-time course consists of three taught units and a dissertation. It covers English architectural history from the Saxon period to the present day. Taught in association with the Historic Conservation course at Oxford Brookes University.
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