Commencing on the 1st of August 2022, Nicolas Turchi will join the Manchester School of Architecture, where he will teach new generations of architects and designers and will expand his research and scholarship within the University.
Manchester School of Architecture is an innovative collaboration between Manchester Metropolitan University and The University of Manchester currently placed 7th in the world in the QS 2022 Architecture rankings. This collaboration unites two schools with more than 100 years’ experience, over 100 experts in their architectural fields and more than 1000 students from over 80 countries producing creative, challenging and academically rigorous work and research in the heart of Manchester.
Recognised by institutions such as the Architects Registration Board (ARB), the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and the Landscape Institute, MSA courses provide the opportunity to develop skills and understanding to become a qualified architect in the UK.
MSA courses provide the opportunity to study in a school ranked among the top ten in the world (QS World Rankings 2022) and recognised as one of the best architecture schools in the UK. MSA has a reputation for the variety, vitality and achievements of our students, reflected in appraisals by professional institutions, prizes gained externally and successes of its alumni.
Nicolas will be taking on the role of Lecturer in Advanced Digital Design as part of the ADD department, lead by Jason Taylor, and will contribute to the digital and technological research and advancement of the school curriculum.