‘Home of the Glenn Murcutt Master Class, New Zealand Architecture Master Class, Architecture Student Summer School and web resource for news, photos, projects and biographies of Glenn Murcutt, Richard Leplastrier, Peter Stutchbury & Lindsay Johnston.”
“Building Connections is a multi layered resource aimed at supporting the teaching of architecture units as part of the Visual Arts Syllabus Stage 6. It is divided into 3 parts – the frames, conceptual framework and practice, and focuses on the architecture of six art galleries and museums. It explores the connections between architecture and other art forms, investigating ideas and themes through images, text, artmaking activities and links to other information. Two of the galleries are examined in more detail through essays and descriptions of practice, demonstrating how architecture can be considered within broader discussions of the Visual Arts.”
The Building Connections resource contains:
Downloads are available from the OBJECT website.
A 3 year undergraduate “Bachelor of Design” course. If the link doesn’t work try using the course search tool.
“The Department of Architecture and Interior Architecture offers programmes for the professions of architecture and interior design… Our purpose is to provide a substantial architectural education that integrates philosophical and pragmatic knowledge leading to the Bachelor of Architectural Science (Architectural Science), the Master of Architecture and the Bachelor of Arts (Interior Architecture). We also offer postgraduate masters and doctorates in both architecture and interior design related fields with tuition from experienced supervisors.”
The GEElab is a creative think & design tank for what is next (in 3-5 yrs) in games & entertainment. We conduct applied, yet critical research at the intersections of game design and game thinking with architecture & urbanism, with mobility, with various media, with entrepreneurship, as well as with novel types of engagement in non-entertainment contexts. The GEElab team explores and evaluates the ways that games and everyday life will mix, and how one could, meaningfully, colonize the other.
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The building that the faculty is currently located in will be demolished in late 2012. During construction of a new building on the same site, the school will relocate to the corner of Grattan and Swanston Streets, and some other locations around University Square.
“The School of Architecture and Built Environment has an international reputation for pioneering problem-based learning, research-led learning and online learning in its undergraduate built environment programs. The School has more than 900 undergraduate and postgraduate students studying architecture, design, construction management, property economics and quantity surveying.”
PALS is the Australian Institute of Architects’ Practice of Architecture Learning Series.
Current (2010) subscription costs range from $500 to $1200 p.a.
“The Spatial Information Architecture Laboratory (SIAL) is a facility for innovation in transdisciplinary design research and education.”