• CollegeCSM
  • Start dateSeptember 2018
  • Course length2 years full time (60 weeks)

MA Narrative Environments

On this course you'll design visitor experiences and events for museums, brand, urban and community environments and work in small multidisciplinary teams to tell stories through text, image, sound and physical space. You'll benefit from strong industry links that provide live, funded projects, mentors and placements.

This course is part of the Spatial Practices Programme.

Great reasons to apply

  • MA Narrative Environments enables you to pursue your studies whilst also undertaking part-time employment, internships or care responsibilities. You are expected to commit 30 hours per week to your studies; your taught input will normally be scheduled over a maximum of two to three days per week during term time.
  • Collaborate in a multidisciplinary team of architects, communication designers, media designers and writers to design complex and engaging environments that would not be possible to develop on your own.
  • Learn from leading industry figures affiliated to the course. Get a mentor, in the creative industries who can give you real world advice; do a placement or internship in a design company, an architect’s practice, a museum or a related business or government organization; get a sense of the global market for jobs in narrative environments.
  • Undertake live projects as part of the course with affiliates such as Arup, Cisco, Selfridges, Arts Council England, Southbank Centre, the National Trust and the London Festival of Architecture. Meet thought leaders and inspirational practitioners.
  • Try a wide range of projects from city branding to public engagement and social innovation that help you to define your future career in either the commercial or cultural creative industries or indeed in PhD research.
  • Contribute to the cutting edge of new design theory as it is applied to professional practice; clarify and define your own values and position as a creative practitioner.
The Story So Far by Amy Wallace, MA Narrative Environments, Central St Martins by John Sturrock
The Story So Far by Amy Wallace, MA Narrative Environments, Central St Martins by John Sturrock

Course catalogues

Narrative Environments on Instagram

  • Excited to see the next installation from @islandboardwalk (which started life as alum @amklincoln's #NarrativeEnvironments final project)… .
  • What a fantastic day for the next #RunningRiver event! 🏃🏼🤸‍♂️🏃‍♀️☀️ we were out with @hezhangln this morning testing new #storytelling approaches for his interactive narrative run #RunningRiver which tells the stories of London's hidden rivers. He is interested in how running together can promote wellbeing and good mental health for city dwellers. . . #prototyping #design #sound #storytelling #events #installations #narrativeenvironments #spatialpractices #london #rivers #running #wellbeing #mentalhealth #cities 📷 @runningriverldn
  • Spring has finally sprung @csm_news… queue here for 🍦🍦🍦🍦🍦🍦 #csm #granarysquare #icecreambreak #majorprojectmarathon
  • One of the constructed pieces from @ericacorina's #NarrativeEnvironments final project exploring intimate relationships and collaborative making in dwelling spaces. Regram @benjmackay thanks for the sneak peek of this intriguing chair in its natural habitat! . . #collaborativemaking #relationships #narrativeenvironments #furniture #process #spatialpractices
  • Reading the City ahead of our #CityNarratives project… At favourite local (& radical) bookshop Housmans tonight for the #launch of the Book of Riga. .
  • Fantastic news! Alum (+ faculty) @thedecorators appointed to the @mayorofldn Architecture Design Urbanism panel. Congratulations! . Regram @thedecorators: We are delighted to have been appointed to the @mayorofldn Architecture Design Urbanism panel. As part of Lot 9 we'll be joining a panel of 14 practices with expertise in engagement, local regeneration and design advice. Looking forward to working with the GLA and @transportforlondon to strive for a 'City for All Londoners'. Here's a photo from one of our GLA funded projects, Chrisp Street on Air, which reflects how we are feeling. Photography by Dosfotos. . . #thedecorators #lansburyboxingclub #gla #greaterlondonauthority #adup #adup2 #chrispstreet @ldn_gov #London #architecture #design #urbanism
  • 📣 Don't miss… #ScreenMemories! . Tomorrow Isabel Vegas Gómez will present her project Screen Memories, an Intervention at the Freud Museum London. The intervention will be accompanied by a drop-in workshop “Is your life real?” in which we will be introduced to Freud’s notion of screen memories whilst analysing our everyday reality… and fiction. Come along and discover! . The project is based on Freud's homonym essay. You will find Freud’s reality merged with the contemporary, and a comic representation of the irony and hypocrisies of everyday life, through the thoughts of a fictional character. . Freud Museum London, 20 Maresfield Gardens, Hampstead Friday 13 April, 12.30–4pm. All info at: https://freud.org.uk/events/77167/is-your-life-real/ Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/292321561300707/ Instagram: @life_isa_laugh www.isa-vegas.com Thank you to the @freudmuseum. . . #NarrativeEnvironments #MajorProject #Museum #Intervention #FreudMuseum #Freud #London #ExperienceDesign #SpatialPractices #ScreenMemories #IsYourLifeReal Images 📷: @life_isa_laugh
  • H is for Hoxton Street Monster Supplies! (an interesting local #NarrativeEnvironment + recent placement host for some of our students!). .
  • Collaboration collaboration collaboration! . Real Obstacle is a design game for international arts and design students to explore different approaches to working as part of a team. Participants can choose to experience one of four phases of a design project, but they won't always be themselves – they'll play various different characters throughout the game. . The project is being developed by second year Jen Gao, and aims to empower fellow students to gain confidence in their ability to contribute to the collaborative projects they'll encounter as part of their university courses. Jen is hosting half-hour taster sessions of Real Obstacle tomorrow afternoon (Thursday 11 April) here at CSM, and there are still some slots available for 2pm and 4pm. If you'd like to participate then please drop her an email at GaoMZ402@163.com . . #collaboration #game #exploration #roleplay #designgame #workshop #design #process #international #students #teamwork #csm
  • In 2017 four of our talented grads (Tom Butler & Julie Howell, with collaborators Lea Nagano & Anna Lincoln) worked alongside Richard Sandell from the Univeristy of Leicester on the research and narrative design for EXILE.
  • Could a practical experience of a social media celebrity's lifestyle make us reflect on how much of our ‘real life’, especially relationships, we'd have to sacrifice to achieve that dream? Lonelygram is a photo-walk experience for two friends with an Instagram Kit and Guidebook designed responding to fresh trends in Instagram to show the behind-the-scenes, day-to-day life of an Instagrammer! . Follow the story of second year @kseniaskos Ksenia's @NarrativeEnvironments Major Project over at @l.one.lygram . . #NarrativeEnvironments #SpatialPractices #MajorProjects #Design #CriticalDesign #Lonelygram #Tour #InstagramLife #InstaBlogger #InstaCeleb #ExperienceDesign #Blogger #Instagram #Lifestyle #FlowerPower #LatteArt #London
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  • On 9 April last year it was 25 degrees and sunny ☀️☀️☀️To cheer up this grey, rainy London Monday here's a peek at second year @atehloner Zahra Toolabi's prototype for her #NarrativeEnvironments Major Project!… . Meet the Sun explores the Sun as a character in different cultures and eras through the lens of 12 stories made into installations, forming a journey up and down Primrose Hill, as an aid to cross-cultural understanding. . . #MeetTheSun #NarrativeEnvironments #SpatialPractices #Installation #Storytelling #Narrative #PrimroseHill #London #Sun #Sunshine #Sunrise #SunStories
  • This Friday second year Isabel Vegas Gómez will present her project Screen Memories, an Intervention at the Freud Museum London. The intervention will be accompanied by a drop-in workshop “Is your life real?” in which we will be introduced to Freud’s notion of screen memories whilst analysing our everyday reality… and fiction. Come and discover! . The project is based on Freud's homonym essay. You will find Freud’s reality merged with the contemporary, and a comic representation of the irony and hypocrisies of everyday life, through the thoughts of a fictional character. . Freud Museum London, 20 Maresfield Gardens, Hampstead Friday 13 April, 12.30–4pm. All info at: https://freud.org.uk/events/77167/is-your-life-real/ Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/292321561300707/ Instagram: @life_isa_laugh www.isa-vegas.com An infinite thank you to the @freudmuseum! . . #NarrativeEnvironments #MajorProject #Museum #Intervention #FreudMuseum #Freud #London #ExperienceDesign #SpatialPractices #ScreenMemories #IsYourLifeReal
  • #LastChanceToSee Letter From An Unknown Woman in Walthamstow tonight! . Letter From An Unknown Woman is an exhibition that tells the stories of two Chinese women sex workers, revealing the hidden realities of the Chinese massage parlour business in London. Visitors are invited to enter a pop-up 'massage space' to hear recorded interviews with the women talking about their experiences in both China and the UK. The project addresses a need to promote broader understanding of the cultural diversity of UK society. It is curated by #NarrativeEnvironments Second Year Daner. . Join us at 1 Chingford Rd, Walthamstow, London E17 4PW. 7–8 April 2018 from 8am-9pm Images: @unknownwoman2018 Special thanks: @intlproscoll @lowalthamstow. . . #exhibition #experiencedesign #letterfromanunknownwoman #massage #spa #popup #storytelling #london
  • Great British picnic weather for exploring #feministutopias with #WomenInABox today! 💪☔️ Regram @women_in_a_box Standing strong despite the weather! #feministutopias #subvertingthepicnic #narrativeenvironments #experiencedesign #spatialpractices #newingtongreen #london
  • Why do we travel? Hitting up all the most #instagrammable sights today @the.unbound.project!!! . . #travel #london #unbound #experiencedesign #narrativeenvironments #unbound #socialmedia #instagram #fomo #exploration #spatialpractices #majorprojects #thesisprojects #bigben #towerbridge #londoneye #unboundlondon
  • See you at #WomenInABox tomorrow! @women_in_a_box 👊 #feministutopias #subvertingthepicnic #narrativeenvironments #experiencedesign #spatialpractices #newingtongreen #london
  • Join us this weekend as we explore whether we can travel unbound… . The Unbound is a pop-up experience that explores the mindset of travelling and 'millennial' travel behaviour that can be affected by social media. Through an interactive experience visitors are invited to see an extreme scenario of travelling for social media. The project aims to convey the importance of the spirit of travel to millennial tourists and question the future of travelling for pleasure, while raising awareness of the benefit of being in the moment and travelling without a fear of missing out. Travel broadens our experiences, but does social media hold us back? __________________________________________________ When: Sunday 8 April 2018, 11am to 6pm Where: 11 Pearson Street Hoxton London E2 8JD 2 mins walk from Hoxton Station (Overground) Please visit our website for free booking and more information: www.theunbound.co Instagram: @the.unbound.project #unbound #travel #socialmedia #instagram #fomo #exploration #experiencedesign #narrativeenvironments #spatialpractices #majorprojects #thesisprojects
  • Join us (in pairs!) for R U HERE on Monday 9 April at the Saatchi Gallery, Education Room, 2–5pm. . 'R U HERE in the place we call home' is a participatory project which explores instant messaging in today's society – questioning how it alters our daily interactions and reshapes the experience of close relationships in domestic scenarios. . In an exhibition space – the Education Room at the Saatchi Gallery – pairs of participants are invited to enter a series of domestic settings and engage in different modes of one-to-one communication under sound instruction. The work allows participants to experience the digital impact on the sense of togetherness, and co-presence between cyberspace and physical space. The experience aims to provide a starting point for conversation between the participants about their individual understanding of different communication methods and the way they feel connection and emotion in this digital age. . The project is led by Second Year MA Narrative Environments student Tonya Guan & collaborators. More info and registration via: saatchigallery.com/schools/talks_workshops. . . #digital #physical #relationships #interaction #domesticexperience #cohabiting #experiencedesign #saatchigallery #ruhere
         

Course detail

MA Narrative Environments is part of the Spatial Practices programme. The course combines storytelling with experience design, interaction design, museum studies, exhibition design, event design and communication design. You will develop and install interventions in cultural and corporate settings as well as making critical urban interventions in the public realm. You will undertake site and social research, visiting spaces, observing, filming and talking to visitors and inhabitants. You'll also produce proposals and make and test these in situ.

Distinct disciplines contribute to the postgraduate programme. Developing a new science centre, for example, draws on architects, curators, destination consultants, 3D designers, communication designers, interaction designers, time-based media designers, scenographers, writers, retailers and project managers. We value all.

About the course

  • MA Narrative Environments lasts 60 weeks structured as two consecutive periods of 30 weeks each (i.e. two academic years) in its 'extended full-time mode'.
  • MA Narrative Environments is credit rated at 180 credits, and comprises 2 units. Unit 1 (60 credits) lasts 20 weeks. Unit 2 (120 credits) runs for 10 weeks in the first year and 30 weeks in the second year.
  • Both units must be passed in order to achieve the MA, but the classification of the award of MA derives from your mark for Unit 2 only.
  • You are expected to commit 30 hours per week to your studies, within which, your taught input will normally be scheduled over three days. MA Narrative Environments has been designed in this way to enable you to pursue your studies, whilst also undertaking part-time employment, internships or care responsibilities.

Course structure

Unit One: Methodology and scope of the design of Narrative Environments

This unit is an intensive introduction to the methodology and scope of the design of Narrative Environments taught through team based practical projects. You'll attend workshops on research, collaboration and presentation techniques, and lectures and seminars on narrative and spatial theory.

Leading UK and international practitioners will attend studio crits and give talks on professional practice. You'll be allocated mentors who will provide further insight into particular professional roles and conventions.

Unit Two: Challenging, originating and repositioning Narrative Environments

This is designed to enable you to become a self sufficient, critical practitioner, with clear career aspirations and confidence to pursue your goals.

The Unit begins with a bridging project that prepares you to move from responding to design briefs onto devising your own self-directed brief. The bridging project is followed by studio, museum or business placement that gives you first hand insight into professional practice and informs your major project proposal and your career direction.

Through your major project proposal you'll produce an original, engaging and meaningful narrative environment. You'll assemble your own team to evolve and produce a complex and multilayered user or visitor experience that critiques and challenges conventional practice. The content, structure and submission requirements are agreed through discussions and debate with your peers and the course tutors.

After you have submitted your major project you write a critical report that reflects upon and evaluates your major project and your plans for a future career.

MA Narrative Environments Programme Specification 2018/19 (PDF, 308KB)

Industry collaborations

Working with paying clients on live briefs will give you valuable commercial experience which may mean your work being taken forward for production or, if so desired, in the purchase of your intellectual property. All paid projects are conducted within a carefully developed legal framework, which includes student agreements to protect your work and help you realise its commercial value.

Recent client projects in the Spatial Practices programme include: London Borough of Camden, National Trust, Arup, Mindfolio, New World Development, Grange Hotels, Oasis, Hot Spots Movement, Redbridge Council and Southbank Centre. 

Once you’ve graduated, you may be picked as part of a small team to work on a live creative brief, organised by our Business and Innovation department, under the supervision of an experienced tutor. This can be a valuable first step in working professionally in a chosen discipline and has resulted in graduates being hired by clients.

Facilities

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  • CAD

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Staff

Course Leader: Tricia Austin
First Year Architecture Tutor: Sarah Featherstone
Second Year Tutor: Stuart Jones
Second Year Tutor: Ingrid Hu
3D Design and Public Engagement Tutor: Xavier Llarch Font
Museum Specialist and Historian: Kevin Flude
Course Tutor: Bethany Shepherd
Second Year Tutor: Jona Piehl
Second Year Tutor:David Chambers
Second Year Tutor: Claire Healy
Associate Lecturer: Sarah Featherstone
Mentor and Placement Broker/Tutor on Show Design: Sophie Chenevix Trench
Communications Assistant: Stephanie Romig-Orr



How to apply

When to apply

We recommend you apply by the end of May to avoid disappointment. Your application will only be considered after you have successfully completed an online application, submitted required documents and a digital portfolio.

We reserve the right to close applications earlier than the deadline above subject to spaces available.

Required information for all postgraduate courses

Before you apply, please take time to read the guidance below. You will be asked to provide the following items and upload documents when completing the online application form: 

General Information

  • Personal details (including legal full name, date of birth, nationality, addresses);
  • Current English language level;
  • Current and/or previous education and qualification details;
  • Employment history;

Personal Statement

Your personal statement should explain what role the course would play in your personal and professional development and where you aim to locate yourself within the cultural and commercial industries. 

If you do not complete all the required information or upload the necessary documents, we will not be able to proceed with your application and portfolio review.

Start your application now

The application form can be saved as you fill it out, so you do not need to complete it all at once. You will also have the chance to review all the information and make any necessary amendments before you submit the application form.                                    

Apply to MA Narrative Environments

After you have successfully submitted your application online, you will receive an email confirming your application and providing your login details for the UAL Applicant Portal.  Please do log into your applicant portal as this is where we will send you important updates and requests, as well as allowing you to contact us with any questions you may have about your application.

What happens next

If you meet the entry requirements you will be invited to submit a digital portfolio through UAL’s online portfolio review system.

Portfolio review

Your portfolio should demonstrate your practical and conceptual skills as well as your working processes. The content of your portfolio will depend on your field of expertise as follows: 

Designers should include:

  • 20 images of visual work;
  • Examples of moving image work if appropriate;
  • Developmental research material;
  • Samples of written work.

Curators and museum studies graduates should include:

  • A link to a detailed professional CV with project descriptions;
  • Documentation of work where possible.
  • Architects should include:
  • Your degree project;
  • Two other projects featuring concept drawings and process work that demonstrate your own concerns;
  • Drawings, designs, visualisations and photographs of models appropriate to your experience and background.

Writers and humanities graduates should include:

  • A publications list or CV detailing recent projects (e.g. screenplays, scripts, art direction, articles from journals or newspapers, short stories, novels);
  • Details of membership of professional organisations (e.g. Writers Guild, NUJ);
  • At least three samples of work.

Following a review of your application and portfolio, you will either be invited for an interview or your application will be rejected via the UAL Applicant Portal. 

Interview

  • If you currently live in the UK, you will be invited to attend an interview at college.
  • If you currently live outside the UK or unable to attend the interview in person, we can arrange a skype interview for you.

How we notify you of the outcome of your application

You will receive the outcome of your application through the UAL Applicant Portal.

Deferred entry

Please note that CSM does not accept application for deferred entry. 

When to apply

We recommend you apply by the end of May to avoid disappointment. Your application will only be considered after you have successfully completed an online application, submitted required documents and a digital portfolio.

We reserve the right to close applications earlier than the deadline above subject to spaces available.

Required information for all postgraduate courses

Before you apply, please take time to read the guidance below. You will be asked to provide the following items and upload documents when completing the online application form:

General Information

  • Personal details (including legal full name, date of birth, nationality, addresses);
  • Current English language level;
  • Current and/or previous education and qualification details;
  • Employment history;

Personal Statement

Your personal statement should explain what role the course would play in your personal and professional development and where you aim to locate yourself within the cultural and commercial industries.

If you do not complete all the required information or upload the necessary documents, we will not be able to proceed with your application and portfolio review.

Start your application now

The application form can be saved as you fill it out, so you do not need to complete it all at once. You will also have the chance to review all the information and make any necessary amendments before you submit the application form.                                             

Apply to MA Narrative Environments

Alternatively, international applicants can apply through an overseas representative in your country. 

After you have successfully submitted your application online, you will receive an email confirming your application and providing your login details for the UAL Applicant Portal.  Please do log into your applicant portal as this is where we will send you important updates and requests, as well as allowing you to contact us with any questions you may have about your application.

Immigration History Check (for International Applications only)

Whether you are applying through a UAL representative or direct application you will need to complete an Immigration History check. If you do not complete the Immigration History Check we will not be able to proceed with your application and portfolio review.

What happens next

If you meet the entry requirements you will be invited to submit a digital portfolio through UAL’s online portfolio review system.

Portfolio Review

Your portfolio should demonstrate your practical and conceptual skills as well as your working processes. The content of your portfolio will depend on your field of expertise as follows:

Designers should include:

  • 20 images of visual work;
  • Examples of moving image work if appropriate;
  • Developmental research material;
  • Samples of written work.

Curators and museum studies graduates should include:

  • A link to a detailed professional CV with project descriptions;
  • Documentation of work where possible.
  • Architects should include:
  • Your degree project;
  • Two other projects featuring concept drawings and process work that demonstrate your own concerns;
  • Drawings, designs, visualisations and photographs of models appropriate to your experience and background.

Writers and humanities graduates should include:

  • A publications list or CV detailing recent projects (e.g. screenplays, scripts, art direction, articles from journals or newspapers, short stories, novels);
  • Details of membership of professional organisations (e.g. Writers Guild, NUJ);
  • At least three samples of work.

Following a review of your application and portfolio, you will either be invited for an interview or your application will be rejected via the UAL Applicant Portal.

Interview

  • If you currently live in the UK, you will be invited to attend an interview at college.
  • If you currently live outside the UK or unable to attend the interview in person, we can arrange a skype interview for you.

How we notify you of the outcome of your application

You will receive the outcome of your application through the UAL Applicant Portal.

Deferred entry

Please note that CSM does not accept application for deferred entry. 

Entry requirements

Applicants must have an Honours Degree, or evidence of equivalent learning and normally at least one year of relevant professional experience.

The relevant disciplines and professional fields are: architecture, exhibition, graphic, interior, performance, retail, spatial, theatre, 3D, multimedia or interaction design, museum studies or curatorship, writing, and design management.

The qualifications and experience we are seeking vary according to your field of expertise, as follows:

  • Designers: A degree in 2D or 3D design or equivalent experience.
  • Curators and museum studies graduates: A degree in museum studies or equivalent museum experience; or a degree in another subject. At least two years' experience in a full-time museums curatorial position, and associate membership of the Museums Association.
  • Architects: A degree and RIBA Part I, or equivalent.
  • Writers and humanities graduates: A degree or equivalent experience.

For further advice on entry requirements contact Tricia Austin, Course Leader, on +44(0) 20 7514 8535, email p.austin@csm.arts.ac.uk.

English language requirements

All classes are conducted in English. If English is not your first language you will be asked to provide evidence of your English language ability in order to apply for a visa, enrol, and start your course. The English language requirement for entry for this course is:

IELTS Academic 6.5 with a minimum of 5.5 in each of the 4 skills (on one single test).

For further information visit the English Language requirements page.

What we look for

The MA Narrative Environments is aimed at graduates with some experience of architecture, curatorship, writing or design who want to grow their expertise within the cultural and commercial sectors. We seek resourceful, talented and ambitious individuals who work well in multidisciplinary teams. The college's strong international profile is reflected in the broad cultural mix of our students and our international studio placements and exchanges.

Selection criteria

Applicants will be selected on the basis of the following criteria:

  • BA qualification or equivalent level of skills and knowledge in your own discipline and preferably some examples of post college work in your particular field;
  • Evidence of interest and understanding of in narrative structure;
  • Work demonstrating engagement with narrative in a spatial context, whether that is a real or virtual space;
  • A reflective and critical approach;
  • Experience of teamwork;
  • Self-motivation, ambition and a commitment to the programme.

Fees and funding

Home/EU fee

Tuition fees for 2018/19: £5,550 per year. Please note that fees for second year of study will be subject to inflationary increase.

£500 per annum discount for all students who have completed a PG Dip/Cert or an undergraduate course including Grad Dip/Cert, at UAL.

You can pay course tuition fees in instalments for this course.

ELQ 

Home/EU students whose chosen course is at a level equivalent to, or lower than, a qualification that they already hold, would will be charged the fees shown above, plus an additional £1,100 (called the 'ELQ' fee). Students in receipt of Disabled Students' Allowances (DSAs) are exempt from ELQ fees and will pay the original fee, regardless of the highest qualification held. If you have a query regarding the ELQ fee, please use our course enquiry form.

International fee

Tuition fees for 2018/19: £13,890 per year.

£500 per annum discount for all students who have completed a PG Dip/Cert or an undergraduate course including Grad Dip/Cert, at UAL.

You can pay course tuition fees in instalments for this course.

Additional costs

In addition to tuition fees you are very likely to incur additional costs such as travel expenses and the cost of materials. Please read the information on our additional costs page.

Accommodation

Find out about the accommodation options available and how much they will cost.

Scholarships and awards

There are a number of scholarships and awards available to students on this course. Use our search tool to find out more information.

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Careers and alumni

MA Narrative Environments extends and enhances your employment opportunities in sectors such as exhibition, event, retail and interpretive design, visitor centre development, curating, scripting and creative direction, film and TV production, architecture, new media and interaction design, brand development and design for corporate environments.

The postgraduate course also addresses the need for advanced research in spatial practices. It provides a grounding in design research and intellectual, scholarly debate that can lead you to MPhil and PhD research degrees.

MA Narrative Environments has excellent links with renowned practitioners across the spectrum of narrative design. Professional fields include: interpretive design; production; architecture; interaction, media, graphic and communication design; brand communications; museums and galleries; planning and management.

Companies and institutions that are affiliates and sponsors of MA Narrative Environments include:

  • Arthesia HD, Switzerland
  • Arup Innovation Unit
  • The British Museum, London
  • Event Communication, London
  • Eyebeam, NY
  • FAT (Fashion Architecture Taste) London
  • The Freud Museum, London
  • Glasshouse Community-led Design, London
  • G.T.F, London
  • Hidden Art, London
  • IDEO London and Shanghai
  • Imagination, London and NY
  • Land Design Studio, London
  • LDJ lighting design, Yorkshire
  • MET London and Hong Kong
  • Metaphor, London
  • Participle, London
  • Ralph Appelbaum Associates London and NY
  • Selfridges, London
  • the Serpentine Gallery, London
  • The Science Museum, London
  • The Speaker's Corner Trust
  • Southbank Centre, London
  • Stanton Williams, London
  • Tate Modern, London
  • United Visual Artists, London
  • Wolf Olins, London
  • The Wellcome Trust, London.