The School was fortunate to have accomplished international architect Shigeru Ban present as part of the Speaker Series last year. Shigeru is known for his innovative use of unconventional material such as paper and cardboard tubes. Watch Shigeru Ban’s TEDxTokyo talk about emergency shelters made from paper.
It may be surprising to most in the Australian architectural profession or the educators of the almost 1000 Australian architecture graduates each year that, despite female students forming at least 40% of graduating B Architecture (now M Architecture) classes since 1999, women in 2012 comprise just 21% of registered architects in Australia. My research aims […]
School of Architecture and Built Environment graduate, John Byleveld, was one of 16 architects in Australia recognised at the Australian Achievement in Architecture Awards held in Canberra earlier this year. John, who also lectures part-time at the School, was awarded the Student Prize for the Advancement of Architecture. John’s passion for raising the level of public […]
From dot matrix to the Guggenheim: Architects in the Europe compete to see who can develop the first habitable 3D-printed building.
Whereas the Australian Institute of Architects (South Australian Chapter) has agreed to provide annual prizes to the School of Architecture and Built Environment. (i) Level I Bachelor of Architectural Design Compulsory Courses (ii) Level II Bachelor of Architectural Design Compulsory Courses Level III Bachelor of Architectural Design Compulsory Courses Rules and Eligibility In each group of courses the […]