STEFAN BOLLINGER APPOINTED AS CHAIR OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
STEPHEN LAWRENCE DAY FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP
APPLICATIONS ARE OPEN FOR OUR PART 2 MARCH FOR 2024/25
Open Evening – 7 December 2023
BOOK PART 4 NOW: SHORT COURSES – MODULAR LIFELONG LEARNING – FUTURE PRACTICE
IN MEMORIAM – PETER BUCHANAN
The LSA is Moving
Become a Critical Practice Tutor at the LSA for 2023/24
Become a Design Tutor at the LSA for 2023/24
Pathways: Exhibiting Forms
City as Campus: The Furniture Practice
Summer Show 2023: FLAARE Futures Workshop
Summer Show 2023: Meet Your Future Employer
Summer Show 2023: Close to Home
WE ARE SEEKING A NEW FINANCE MANAGER
Nigel Coates: Liberating the Plan
AN INTERVIEW WITH ELLIOTT WANG, SECOND YEAR REP
PART 4 LAUNCH
IN MEMORIAM – CLIVE SALL
Our Design Charrettes – an insight into life at the LSA
BOOK NOW – OPEN EVENING WEDNESDAY 8 MARCH
An Interview with Emily Dew-Fribbance: LSA Alumna and First Year Design Tutor
Pathways: Optic Translations
Thursday Talks: Questioning How we Embed Sustainable Design in Practice
An Interview with LSA alumna Betty Owoo
Interview with Marianne Krogh – Rethinking water as a planetary and design element in the making of the Danish Pavilion at Venice Biennale
What do our students think of studying at the LSA? We spoke to Second Year student Semi Han
Hear from our Alumni – An Interview with Calven Lee
National Saturday Club Programme
LSA Alumnus Jack Banting published in FRAME
2022/23 Design Think Tank Module Launches
Mentoring can transform the architecture profession – for good
APPLICATIONS ARE OPEN FOR 2023/24
Alternative Routes To Registration: An Evening with ARB (17/11/2022)
Circular architecture needs material passports
Apply To The LSA: Online Intro (23/11/2022)
London School of Architecture announces strategic collaboration with Black in Architecture
LSA Summer Design Charrette
How fire has shaped London – from 1666 to Grenfell
Voices on: Architecture and Fire Safety
JOB OPPORTUNITY: DESIGN TECTONICS TUTOR
JOB OPPORTUNITY: DESIGN DIRECTION MODULE LEADER
JOB OPPORTUNITY: DESIGN HISTORY TUTORS
JOB OPPORTUNITY: DESIGN STUDIO TUTORS
JOB OPPORTUNITY: DESIGN CITIES MODULE LEADER
Voices on: Architecture and Displacement
Job Opening: Design Think Tank (DTT) Module Co-Leader — Apply by 20.06.2022
You’re invited to the LSA Summer Show 2022
LSA students shortlisted for London Festival of Architecture design competition
The LSA is Moving
The London School of Architecture is moving to 4 Beechwood Road.
The LSA has been deliberately itinerant in its first decade – moving from Somerset House, to Soho, to Mare Street, and then to Orsman Road. Our new space at 4 Beechwood Road takes the most important elements of our previous premises – a large open-plan, flexible studio – and builds upon this foundation. Our aim with this move is to shape the space, with the help of our students and Practice Network, into a home for the LSA that will continue well into the future, providing support and opportunities for growth for the School and our students.
Our new premises at Beechwood Road will amount to just over 5000 sq ft of space accessible to our students. An Edwardian parish institute building – ‘Holy Trinity Institute’ named after the adjoining Ewan Christian church of 1879 – it comprises 4 floors of offices and seminar rooms.
On the ground floor will be a large open plan studio, echoing the space at Orsman Road, for use by students and faculty for learning and teaching. This space will be highly flexible – serving as seminar room, lecture theatre, study space and refectory.
On the first floor, a smaller seminar room will serve as overspill and provide a dedicated teaching space for our Part 0 outreach programmes for local young people, and for our in-person Part 4 programmes aimed at professional practice.
The basement will space will allow the LSA to host workshop facilities. An additional 1000 sq ft of space will be occupied within Holy Trinity Church, including storage facilities for the school. These expanded facilities will also create opportunities for new and exciting partnerships which will in turn evolve our programmes, including our Part 2.
Learn more about the move and see the answers to some FAQs here.