Manchester School of Architecture Yearbook features NeuroSynthesis

05 September 2016
Manchester School of Architecture Yearbook features NeuroSynthesis
Manchester School of Architecture

The students of the MA Architecture + Urbanism course continue their research and design in the field defined by UN-Habitat as the ‘The New Urban Agenda’. To this end, they explore locally attuned aspects for the global urban issues of the workplace, housing, public space, infrastructure, leisure, heritage and development.  

MA A+U are especially proud this year with the success of Karan Gandhi who graduated in 2015 from the BA ‘Coexistence … in Theory’ studio. Karan’s shortlisted entry for the Mars City Design competition has led to him being given a NASA badge, a Martian passport and the opportunity to develop his proposal further at the University of Southern California during the summer. 

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