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27 May 2018
11 May 2018
GSA-Boogertman + Partners International lecture series # 7

GRAU (Good Reasons to Afford Urbanism) is a creative studio based in Paris and led by partners Susanne Eliasson and Anthony Jammes. Their talk will be held at Local Studio Architects, Breeze Block, 29 Chiswick Street, Brixton on Thursday 7 June. Spaces are limited so please come early. Secure street parking avaiable.

11 May 2018
GSA-Boogertman + Partners International Lecture Series # 6

GREGORY KATZ is an architect and a tutor at the GSA. Don't miss his talk this Thursday which will be held at FADA (not MOAD). Wine bar opens at 18h00 and his talk begins promptly at 18h30. Secure parking is at FADA, Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture, through the main Gloria Sekwana Gate off Annett Road.

19 Apr 2018
GSA is accredited by SACAP

The GSA received an unconditional accreditation for the MTech (Prof) programme on Wednesday 18 April 2018

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Student showcase

Take a look at the work of GSA students, both past, and present.

  • Prof Lesley Lokko
    People at GSA
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    In every architect is the thought – or hope – that things could be done better. That’s why we do it.

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    - Prof Lesley Lokko
  • Eric Wright
    People at GSA
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    Architecture enables us to simultaneously reflect on the past and forecast new futures. Even at its most understated, architecture inherently looks forward.

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    - Eric Wright
  • Dr Finzi Saidi
    People at GSA
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    Our quest for the epitome of architecture, in education and in practice, should be to design quality liveable spaces for all in society.

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    - Dr Finzi Saidi
  • Mxolisi Makhubo
    People at GSA
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    Architecture is the physical manifestation of our greatest dreams and, sometimes, our greatest insecurities.

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    - Mxolisi Makhubo
  • Ingrid Martens
    People at GSA
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    GSA is an inspirational, innovative and transformative space, where students are given the freedom to experiment in the most exciting and surprising ways, as they redefine and reimagine African architecture.

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    - Ingrid Martens