University of Liverpool School of Architecture

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City of Liverpool School of Architecture and Applied Art - University College

The School of Architecture is an architecture school in Liverpool, England, and part of the University of Liverpool. It was the first architecture school in the United Kingdom to be affiliated with a university, and the first to have degree programmes validated by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), in 1895.[1] Six RIBA Gold Medallists have been staff or graduates of Liverpool.[2] The School was initially an important centre for the Arts and Crafts movement, but later promoted Classical and Modernist ideas under the influence of Charles Herbert Reilly.[3]

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