Alongside her architectural practice, Lola is enrolled as PhD Candidate at the AA and teaches at various UK universities. She is Associate Lecturer at Oxford Brookes University co-leading DS7 on the MArchD course; Visiting Lecturer at the University of Westminster MA Interior Architecture; and collaborates with the BA Technical Studies and Professional Practice courses at the Bartlett and the AA.
The Taught MPhil in Architecture and Urban Design (Projective Cities) takes place over 20 months, and is open to applicants with a four- or five-year degree in architecture (MArch, BArch, Diploma or equivalent).
The Architectural Association (AA), the oldest independent school of architecture in the UK, was founded in 1847 by an 18- and 23-year-old who aspired to radically transform architectural education. For 172 years, the AA has been committed to producing and disseminating ideas that challenge and advance the design of contemporary culture, cities and the environment, constantly and fearlessly.PhD studies at the AA are full-time for the entire duration. The normal period of full-time study is of three calendar years from the date of registration with the OU up to a maximum of four years of OU registration. The equivalent full-time period for the MPhil is of two years with a maximum of three years.Postgraduate Admissions The AA offers nine Taught Postgraduate programmes and a PhD Programme for students with prior academic and professional experience. All programmes are full-time courses of advanced study, and all students join the school in September at the outset of a new academic year.
The PhD in Architecture is a three year research degree offering the opportunity for independent research under the supervision of a departmental member of staff. Unless the student becomes a member of a research group, the research is undertaken entirely by the candidate on their own, with regular supervisions on progress with their supervisor.Read More
At the AA, he is responsible for the post-professional MSc and MArch programmes in Sustainable Environmental Design (AA SED) and the School’s PhD Programme. Outside the AA he has lectured in some thirty countries.Read More
The PhD Programme at the AA is intended for researchers in architecture, urbanism and other subjects related to the built environment. Candidates must have experience in conducting independent investigations and study in their respective fields.Read More
Candidates with an architectural background may apply for the studio-based PhD in architectural design which allows them to combine writing with design research. PhD studies at the AA are full-time for their entire duration. This starts with a preparatory period during which candidates attend selected courses and seminars while developing their research proposals. Approval of proposals.Read More
Architecture degrees teach students how to design buildings and make them both functionally and aesthetically sound. Top architecture schools prepare students to combine the principles of utility, durability, and beauty. Architecture studies lead to careers such as architect, urban designer, landscape architect, or structural engineer.Read More
The Architectural Association (AA), the oldest independent school of architecture in the United Kingdom, is pleased to announce that it has been granted the power to award its own degrees. As of 1 October 2019, the AA has the right to establish new academic programmes and degree awards and is working to create some of the world’s most pioneering courses in architecture to shape and build the.Read More
Current PhD topics encompass architectural theory and history, architectural urbanism, advanced architectural design, the city, emergent technologies and sustainable environmental design.Read More
The Ph.D. Program in Architecture is focused on the production of knowledge in the historical, theoretical, or technological development of architecture, landscape architecture, and historic preservation. Operating within the context of a design school in a university setting, it is a fundamentally interdisciplinary program, and seeks to explore opportunities in the wider university to.Read More
The AA School of Architecture is a one-of-a-kind architecture school, made up of diverse unit and programme studios, public galleries, dozens of lectures, exhibitions and publications, as well as archives, libraries, workshops and countless moments of spontaneous revolution taking place every day.Read More
The AA School’s PhD programme combines advanced research with a broader educational agenda, preparing graduates for practice in global academic and professional environments. Current doctoral research encompasses the topics of the AA’s postgraduate programmes in architectural theory and history, architectural urbanism, emergent technologies and design, sustainable environmental design.Read More