Why we should have more Megacrits – keep an eye out for Westminster Megacrit 2019

We are extremely pleased with the attention and feedback we got for the Megacrit. Really, really great! A lot of people said we should have another one next year as well, which I think we should. We had the generous support of the Architecture Foundation, who set up the concept. However, this was the last... Continue Reading →

MegaCrit success! Photos

I'm extremely happy the MegaCrit went well! It was so great to see projects from the RCA, CASS, Bartlett, and AA. Thank you to all the students who presented yesterday, to the critics who came to see us, to our generous sponsors, and to the volunteers that made this happen ! Well done everyone -... Continue Reading →

Trying to establish the value of grade 1 seismic buildings in Bucharest – step by step

Although the issue of buildings with seismic risk often appears in structural engineering literature and catches occasional public interest in media, noticeably absent are studies that establish their architectural, social, and economic value. As a result, I was obliged to draw on literature peripheral to the focus of the thesis and other investigative methods to... Continue Reading →

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