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Architecture with Rob Nice

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Join Rob Nice as he looks at architecture being the the blueprint of civilisation, addressing the preconceptions and misconceptions of architecture as a subject, the nature of repurposing space, and how architects must consider the socio-political, cultural and environmental impact of their work. Rob also considers the ugly, banal and spectacular elements of architecture, and demonstrates a specialist drawing exercise that you can have a go at too!

Architecture with Rob Nice

University for the Creative Arts

Architecture, Building and Planning
Architecture, Building and Planning

Join Rob Nice as he looks at architecture being the the blueprint of civilisation, addressing the preconceptions and misconceptions of architecture as a subject, the nature of repurposing space, and how architects must consider the socio-political, cultural and environmental impact of their work. Rob also considers the ugly, banal and spectacular elements of architecture, and demonstrates a specialist drawing exercise that you can have a go at too!

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Meet the academic

Rob Nice is a Senior Lecturer in Architecture and Design at UCA on the BA (Hons) Interior Architecture & Design course, and is also the Stage 1 convener for both BA (Hons) Interior Architecture & Design and Architecture courses at UCA Canterbury. Rob Nice has been active within architectural education and the associated spatial disciplines since 1995, delivering, developing, managing programmes and working with young people, academics and a variety of other professionals. Rob joined the Canterbury School of Architecture in 2007 and is currently a Senior Lecturer, alongside leading his own practice led research stems from an ongoing fascination with the consequence(s) of architecture, the underused and unused spaces to be found in our cities and how these spaces could be appropriated in unorthodox ways. Rob describes himself as subversive, mischievous and speculative, and loves “My” hiphop, otherwise known as “My” Culture or the “Culture."