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Welcome to the Scott Sutherland School Exhibition 2022

This is the 2022 website for the Scott Sutherland School of Architecture and Built Environment. You will find a selection of work from our Undergraduate and Masters level students. Each section below covers one of our subject areas and provides an outline of the work our students have completed over the past two semesters.

Scroll down to find out more about our most recent Master of Architecture, Architectural Technology and Advanced Architectural Design students.

Architecture Years 1, 2 & 3

The first three years or ‘Part 1’ are the foundation years of the Master of Architecture course. The design studio is the backbone of all student learning in Part 1; Students complete a range of projects from small structures which explore form and location to larger projects which examine the cultural role of Architecture.

Click below for more information on Part 1 and to view a selection of projects.

Architecture Years 5 & 6

Part 2 of the course (Stages 5 & 6) engages students with complex issues relating to the design of buildings and our environment and offers opportunities to pursue specialist routes that draw on the expertise of staff, visiting professors and visiting lecturers. Students also have the latitude to relate their projects to the areas of research interest and experience of the School. Students align themselves into one of three units and develop an in-depth and complex individual design project in relation to the unit theme over two years.

Click below for more information on Part 2 and to view a selection of projects.

Architectural Technology

Architectural Technology is a relatively new profession in the construction industry, combining a passion for the built environment with an interest in technical design. The course focuses on the making of detailed decisions about the design and construction of buildings and their immediate surroundings. It looks at both new and existing buildings and examines how detail relates to broader design concepts, and how to bring together all aspects of the design process.

Click below to read more about the work of the final year and to see a selection of work.