Critical Path

Thu. 14 - Thu. 28 Sep 2017  

© Ryan Reid




Critical Path is a two week event which will focus in 'Architecture and our City' through an exciting programme of lectures, charettes, workshops and discussions.

Utilising output from the Department of Architecture's 2017 MArch portfolio of student projects as a launchpad for architectural provocation and proposition, Critical Path will bring together academics, practitioners, school children, students of architecture and the general public within a series of creative spaces around our city. These projects - and others - will promote debate and discussion on how we live, work and play in our city and what can be done to re-imagine our interaction with the built environment around us.

  • Exhibition of MArch student work at Southblock (14 - 28th)
  • Exhibition of practice (process models) at Southblock (14 - 28th)
  • Film of physical models in architectural practice and education (14 - 28th)
  • Series of 'walking tours' through the city exploring aspects of the research driven MArch projects (coordinated and delivered by students) (across 14-28th)
  • Pecha Kucha style event (linked to the MArch exhibition (TBC)


All That is Solid / Southblock
60-64 Osbourne Street
United Kingdom

Mon - Fri 9.00am - 5.00pm
Sat - Sun 11.00am - 4.00pm

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Organised by

University of Strathclyde
Department of Architecture
University of Strathclyde
75 Montrose Street
United Kingdom

The vision of the Department of Architecture at the University of Strathclyde is to become a worldwide leading provider of education and research in sustainable architecture and urban design. Its mission is to:

  • create an enabling environment conducive to critical inquiry and reflective design practice.
  • explore and disseminate knowledge through scholarly architectural and urban research and exemplary creative design production.
  • excel in design studio teaching and delivery of instruction while promoting a culture of scholarship and life-long learning.
  • advance and apply professional knowledge and expertise through effective international partnerships and service to the profession and society at large.