Shop

University of Birmingham | Art Print

University of Birmingham | Art Print

The University of Birmingham received its royal charter in 1900 and is a founding member of the Russell Group of British research universities. It is now the fourth largest university (out of 167) in the United Kingdom with more than 34,000 students. This pen drawn illustration depicts the Edgbaston campus which is arranged around Joseph Chamberlain Memorial Clock Tower - affectionately known as 'Old Joe'.
£22.00£28.00 Buy now
University of Sheffield | Print

University of Sheffield | Print

The University of Sheffield, located in South Yorkshire, is one of the original red brick, Russell Group, universities. The University was formed by the merger of three colleges in 1905. It is a multi-campus university predominantly over two campus areas, being the ‘Western Bank’ and ‘St George’. This pen drawn illustration depicts the Western Bank campus.
£22.00£28.00 Buy now
Park Hill, Sheffield | Print

Park Hill, Sheffield | Print

Park Hill, completed in 1961, is a radical housing scheme that attempted to invent a new and modern way of living. The estate, designed by architects Jack Lynn and Ivor Smith (under city architect John Lewis Womersley), attempted to bring the treasured traditional British street culture into what has been nicknamed, the ‘streets in the sky‘.
£28.00£38.00 Buy now
Sale! Arts Töwer | Prints

Arts Töwer | Prints

A landmark of both the University of Sheffield and the skyline of the city in which it sits. Designed by Gollins, Melvin, Ward & Partners, the Arts Tower still remains the tallest university building in the UK since its opening in 1966, and contains one of the last surviving paternoster lifts in Europe. It is also home to the Sheffield School of Architecture
£10.00£38.00 Buy now
Sale! Architectural Education: Is it worth it?

Architectural Education: Is it worth it?

‘Architectural Education: Is it worth it?’ examines the relevance and significance of the ever-escalating financial costs of becoming an architect. The effects of what may have been the most consequential change to the higher education system in 2012 are yet to fully emerge, however this appraisal finds itself at a valuable point in time, half a decade on from the rise in tuition fees, providing a worthy moment to understand the impacts through a more objective lens.
£8.00£10.00 Buy now
@