MA Narrative Environments is part of the Spatial Practices programme at Central Saint Martins, UAL.
The course is based on the premise that narrative is a fundamental and accessible way for people to make sense of places.
The course combines storytelling with experience design, interaction design, museum studies, exhibition design, event design and communication design.
The students projects take a critical perspective on people, story and place, developing programmatic strategies and physical design that have emotional, physical and intellectual impact on visitors and users.
Students work in multidisciplinary teams to develop and install interventions in cultural and corporate settings, as well as making critical urban interventions in the public realm.
Students undertake site and social research, visiting spaces, observing, filming and talking to visitors and inhabitants, as well as produce proposals and make and test these in situ.
The methods and approaches on the course provide an open forum for debate among students, academics and practitioners.
MA Narrative Environments pioneers collaboration among architects, designers, artists, curators and other practitioners in a variety of media. Distinct disciplines contribute to the postgraduate programme. We value all.