Architecture and construction students will showcase their work including an urban health spa and an artistic foundation for Nottingham
Nottingham Trent University’s signature Arkwright building, which has just been regenerated as part of an ambitious £90m scheme, will be the venue for this year’s architecture degree show.
Students, from the university’s School of Architecture, Design and the Built Environment, will showcase their work in the Gothic-style building as part of the university’s overall art and design degree festival.
They will show a range of work in the Arkwright studio space. Project ideas and themes will be illustrated through technical drawings, computer-generated designs, walk-through animations and 3D physical models.
Architectural technology and interior architecture and design students will also be showcasing their work in the Arkwright building.
The university’s degree shows are open to the public from 5 to 9 June, with a preview evening for industry contacts on June 3.
For more on Nottingham Trent University’s art and design degree shows visit Nottingham Trent.