Brixton has long been noted for its diverse selection of cuisine and commodities from African and Caribbean cultures. After World War II, the Windrush Generation, and the Riots, Brixton altered dramatically. As the community's crime rate increased, the region became recognised for its tough demeanour.
Brixton Museum was created in order to rewrite the narrative. The majority of Brixton is currently under construction. Brixton Museum gathers, analyses, and presents the greatest art and artefacts from Brixton. The Brixton Museum is a contemporary, professional, and imaginative structure with numerous exhibition spaces displaying and teaching Brixton's history and likely future. An outdoor gallery, parking, teaching areas, and other facilities are also included.
The BSc (Hons) Architectural Technology course is a professionally-focused gateway to a career in the architecture industry. Students explore how buildings are created, procured, constructed and managed, and develop a practical and imaginative approach to design through a project-based learning experience.
As specialists in architectural technology, our graduates are the link between concept and reality; learning to identify, assess and challenge client and user requirements, translating ideas and possibilities into effective, practical and sustainable building solutions.
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