Research Impact Studies

International in focus, ambitions, geographical reach and staff base, our research at the Liverpool School of Architecture covers a broad range of research topics spanning architectural history, heritage, urban form, thermal and acoustic environments and sustainability. The school continues to see strong postgraduate research completions that reflect the outward-facing nature of our work.

Research vitality stems from our aims to understand, analyse and improve the built environment, which creates impact through engagement with the community and the architectural, engineering and cultural professions.

Our research provides future visons to preserve our urban heritage, steer heritage management and sustainable tourism, introduce immersive technologies into visitor attractions, improve inclusivity, health and wellbeing through novel technologies, design environmentally focussed and sustainable architecture and provide insights into our architectural history.

Standardisation of New Techniques in Building Acoustics

REF 2021: Standardisation of New Techniques in Building Acoustics

Professor Carl Hopkins, Professor Barry Gibbs and Dr Pyoung Jik Lee

Musical Vibrations

Musical Vibrations

Prof Carl Hopkins and Dr Gary Seiffert

Saving Preston Bus Station and enhancing understanding of Brutalism Saving Preston Bus Station and enhancing understanding of Brutalism

REF 2021: Saving Preston Bus Station and enhancing understanding of Brutalism

Dr Christina Malathouni, Dr Barnabas Calder

Reshaping sustainable architecture through innovative ceramic material systems Research Impact Studies 4 link

Reshaping sustainable architecture through innovative ceramic material systems

Dr Rosa Urbano Gutierrez, ECALab