Announcing the 2019 Megacrits

Three schools of architecture around London will be hosting day-long events to encourage cross-school collaboration and discussion

The Architecture Foundation has been working with a number of London schools of architecture to organise the 2019 Megacrit programme. Each university has selected a theme and invited students and studios from other schools to share and present related work. This year's themes are Housing, Architecture and the City, and Rights in the City.

What is a Megacrit?

A Megacrit is a day-long inter-school event designed to expose students and tutors to a broad spectrum of work being produced beyond their own university. Students from different schools are brought together according to their particular research topics to engage in dialogues that transcend institutional boundaries.

Westminster Megacrit 2018

2019 Megacrits 

London School of Architecture


Date: 28 March

Theme: Architecture and the City

Time: 12.30pm -6.00pm

Location: AHMM, Morelands, 5-23 Old St, London EC1V 9HL

Model Housing, Cass

The CASS - London Metropolitan University 

Date: 04 April

Theme: Housing Models, Model Housing

Time: 1pm - 6pm

Location: The CASS, 16 Goulston Street, E1 7TP

Public Lecture:

After the Megacrit, the student society (MASS) has organised a lecture by Jo McCafferty and David Levitt of Levitt Bernstein architects. They will be presenting their thoughts on successful housing design based on their publication the 'Housing Design Handbook' in a conversation chaired by Alex Ely (Mae). This event is open to the public but please sign up to attend here

University of Westminster

Date: 15 April

Theme: Who has the Right to the City?

Time: 10am - 6pm

Location: University of Westminster, 35 Marylebone Rd, Marylebone, London NW1 5LS


All students from any university and recent graduates are invited to celebrate at the MegaParty. Come along for a night of great music, student deals on drinks, explore the exhibition of work from the day and meet fellow architecture students from other universities!

**Please sign up for a FREE ticket via eventbrite to guarantee entry.**