Each year I supervise a number of MArch dissertations, usually based around my research interests into the use of digital methods in architecture, the history of architecture, design practice, or a combination of these. You can view more information on an example of one of these student research projects below.
St Luke's 2019 Recreating the Bombed Out Church (UoL News Item)
St Luke's 2019 Recreating the Bombed Out Church (Liverpool Echo)
Digital model St Luke's Church Reconstruction (Sketchfab)
Heritage Digital Documentation and Analysis
Digital documentation methods such as laser scanning are used in teaching at all levels of the school, including BA3 design studio, as well as the new MA in Sustainable Heritage Management. You can see examples of these 3D outputs below.
Dinorwic Quarry Anglesey Barracks Cottage (Sketchfab)
St Luke's Bombed Out Church Chancel Bay (Sketchfab)