Research in the Department of Architecture, University of Westminster

Expanded Territories

Expanded Territories (ET) was set up in 2012 as an umbrella for a group of researchers, scholars and designers working on architecture in an expanded field. ET is intellectually ambitious, innovative, and forward-looking; it evokes a cultural project rather than merely a research field.

Expanded Territories Reading Group: “Architecture in the Anthropocene: Encounters Among Design, Deep Time, Science and Philosophy”_Wednesday 6th June, 17:30, M330

The second Expanded Territories reading group will meet in M330 on Wednesday 06 June at 17.30. Christina Geros will introduce: Architecture in the Anthropocene: Encounters Among Design, Deep Time, Science and Philosophy, edited by Etienne […]

May, 07

The Expanded Territories Reading Group: Arts of Living on a Damaged Planet

The Expanded Territories Research Group in the Department of Architecture has started a reading group, which will meet at 17.30 on the first Tuesday of every month in the Monsoon Assemblages Project Office, Room M330, […]

Mar, 26

Monsoon [+ other] Airs

The Monsoon Assemblages project is pleased to announce the first of three symposia that will be convened at University of Westminster in London over the next three years. This year’s symposium, Monsoon [+ other] Airs  will interrogate questions of monsoon […]

Mar, 07

Architecture Research Forum 2016/17_9


Feb, 24

Call for Abstracts: Monsoon Assembly Air

Contributions are invited to Monsoon Assembly Air, the first of three annual symposia to be convened by Monsoon Assemblages, ERC Starting Grant no. 679873 at the University of Westminster in London on 21 April 2017. […]

Nov, 01

Launch of Public Space and the Role of the Architect and Monsoon Assemblages

The Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment at the University of Westminster will be launching two grant funded projects on: Tuesday the 4th of October 2016,  6pm to 8pm, Room M416, 35 Marylebone Road, […]

Aug, 31

Studio as Book

Studio as Book No 1 Architecture Energy Matter Lindsay Bremner and Roberto Bottazzi The Department of Architecture has initiated a new series of yearly publications that tender the extraordinary creative work undertaken in the Department […]

Jun, 07


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