‘Architecture and More’ shows work of University students

Kent School of Architecture’s (KSA) annual summer exhibition of student work will be opened by renowned architect, teacher and writer Charles Holland on Friday 15 June 2018.

The show opens in the Marlowe building on the University’s Canterbury campus at 18.00 with awards presented to students at 19.00. The exhibition is then open to the public from 09.00 to 17.00, Monday to Friday until Friday 29 June. Admission is free.

This year will be the 13th annual show and it explores the theme of ‘Architecture and More’ to demonstrate the diversity of research that students explore within the school. It celebrates the breadth of subjects that students interact with through their studies in architecture such as art, photography, music, literature and science.

Charles Holland is the founder of Charles Holland Architects (CHA), an international architecture and design studio. Before forming CHA, he was a founding director of Ordinary Architecture and a director of FAT Architecture. Whilst at FAT he was the director in charge of a number of key projects including A House For Essex, the practice’s collaboration with artist Grayson Perry.