We teach architectural
model making

Architecture model made from card
Model making with scalpel, paper, gutting mat, and cardboard
Architecture drawing illustrator lines post digital
Render interior visual post digital

Model making as a design tool

From hand-made sketch models to crafted and digitally fabricated presentation models, Green Mat Workshop integrate model making into the design process. 

We deliver in-person and online at numerous universities including The Bartlett UCL, Oxford School of Architecture and Westminster University.

Architectural isometric axonometric drawing

Effective visualisation workflows

Green Mat Workshop teach pragmatic visualisation techniques that help students rapidly and coherently showcase their design thinking.

We adopt an inclusive approach that welcomes all skill levels, from beginners to final years. Our workshops are bespoke and can be offered as standalone sessions or integrated within a brief.

Portfolios that communicate

Our workshops address the core principles that underpin effective visual communication, alongside practical techniques to apply them.

We have over 25 years of academic and professional experience as tutors, project leads and hiring managers.

Core software skills

Using industry standard software we focus on efficient use—what do students need to know on a deadline?

We cover a broad range of software, from Adobe's Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign, to 3D modelling and rendering tools such as Rhino 3D, AutoCAD, SketchUp, Twinmotion, Enscape, and Vray.


Dovilė Čiapaitė

Dovilė Čiapaitė

Dovilė is a professional illustrator, and an architectural designer at Hayhurst & Co., with an MArch from The Bartlett UCL.

Joe Hazelwood-Horner

Joe Hazelwood-Horner

Joe is a designer and maker, trained in architecture and specialises in digital fabrication for artists.

Jacob Riman

Jacob Riman

Jacob graduated from the Royal College of Art and is a senior architect at Holland Harvey.


Are you a university leader or an individual student looking for support?

+44 (0)20 3951 1617