Our School provides you with the practical skills and confidence needed to excel in the profession. Teaching staff come from some of London’s most exciting architectural practices, and combine experimentation and research with extensive practical experience. Graduates go on to work as architects,architectural assistants, interior designers or in related fields such as research, journalism and procurement. We enjoy close links with the people and organisations that shape London. Our Live Projects happen locally and around the world in places such as Cuba, India, China and Iran
The extended degree route provides an intensive preparatory or 'Foundation' year prior to progression onto the BA Architecture (RIBA Part 1) or BA Interior Architecture and Design at The Cass. This initial year introduces a broad range of design skills and techniques and outlines ways of thinking about design and the ideas that inform Architecture and Interior Design.
The Architecture degree is your first step towards a professional career in Architecture (RIBA Part 1)
Interior Architecture is a distinct, rigorous practice that requires a specialist way of thinking about how we occupy complex spaces and how the elements of this are brought together at a human scale both to accommodate and to delight
Buildings, cities, museums, landscapes – this imaginative course places sense experience along theory to explore and re-imagine all kinds of places
The Professional Diploma is a design-driven course that will enable you to focus your skills and develop excellence in your work
This practice-based course will prepare you for managing architectural projects and is the final step toward registration as an architect in the UK
This design-based course, open to architects and designers, will give you a strong platform from which to develop your own MA thesis
An innovative course designed for architecture professionals who wish to increase their technical expertise or specialise in this fast evolving area.
Our state-of-the-art course in low energy design is designed for built environment professionals looking to boost their international career
This unusual programme offers the fundamental knowledge and technical skills for both spatial planning and urban design, focusing on their interaction.
Enjoy a taste of life at the Cass
Next event: Undergraduate Offer holder/ applicant Event
29th March 2014, 11am prompt
Exhibition of work by First Year Architecture and Interior Architecture and Design Students
Exhibition of work by BA (Hons) Architecture Students
Exhibition of work by BA (Hons) Interior and Architecture Design Students
Exhibition of work by Diploma in Architecture (Part II) students
Master of Architecture & Digital Design Systems (MA ADDS) is a design and thesis based course exploring digital design and fabrication techniques. Taught by Iain Maxwell, Jonas Lundberg and Toby Burgess
Exhibited with Architecture Diploma Unit 13 - High Street London - Research and proposals for high street spaces, places of work, and new policy for social and physical improvements to enhance, consolidate and intensify the high street stretching between Aldgate and Tottenham. Taught by Mark Brearly, Lara Gibson and Robin Lee
This design based and research orientated course develops students’ design knowledge through intensive project work leading to an individual thesis. Taught by Andrew Stone
PhD research into the ethical horizons of architectural and urban praxis. Taught by Peter Carl
Head of Cass Cities
Course Leader MA Spatial Planning and Urban Design
Teaches on Architecture and Interior Design (Extended degree), Architecture (BA Hons) - RIBA Part 1, Professional Diploma in Architecture - RIBA Part 2
Research Group: Architecture of Rapid Change and Scarce Resources. Supervisors: Prof. Peter Carl, Prof. Maurice Mitchell
Professor of Architecture of Rapid Change and Scarce Resources, leader of Diploma Unit 6
News March 18th 2013
Cass academic and head of ARU awarded Akademie der Künste Berlin Art Prize 2013
Domus magazine names The Cass one of Europe's top 100 Architecture and Design Schools for 2013
A research office situated within CASS for London’s urban issues that develops projects, provides analysis, influences plans, and helps deliver informed urban change.
Unit 4 students awarded prestigious Royal Institute of British Architects Part II award for their SunBloc house
News 20th November 2012
Hundreds attend as Vice Chancellor launches new 4th floor at The Cass, designed by the Faculty's own Architecture Research Unit (ARU)
CASSprojects (The Projects Office) provides a supportive professional environment that allows students and staff to undertake consultancy commissions and research projects, as well as providing project management support to live projects carried out by students as part of their course work.
Congratulations to Rebecca Roberts who has won the SOM Travelling Fellowship judged by the RIBA President's medal panel