Modelling Extremes: John Doyle, head of RMIT Architecture’s Masters program
Designers like constraints. John Doyle likes constrictions. Tightness he calls it. Whether it’s the pressure of ‘tight’ budgets or people finding a place to sell their wares in a ‘tight’ Vietnamese laneway, the “condensed and congested leads to productive and creative conditions of urban life”, he says.
Adjunct Professor Interior Design appointment September 2019
Mary Featherston AM is one of RMIT’s most eminent alumna in architecture and design with an outstanding and sustained contribution to design and education over the past fifty years from 1970s to present.
INDEX Interior Design Showcase 2020
Discover the annual graduate exhibition of students from the Bachelor of Interior Design (Honours), a showing of over 80 self-directed Research Major Projects proposing future directions of interior design practice.
Building memories with Amy Muir
"Children's first example of architecture is a family home, but really quickly they're introduced to civic architecture: the school, the library, the museum and the gallery," says Muir. "These memories are really fundamental in terms of how children understand architecture."
Shared futures with Dr Christine Phillips
Dr Christine Phillips explores how public architecture and spaces coexist with neglected and untold histories in Australian cultures.
Algorithms and technology in architecture
Associate Professor Roland Snooks uses robotic fabrication and algorithmic generative design to explore new depths of his discipline.
Meet Adjunct Professor Perry Lethlean
Meet Kirsten Bauer
Meet Kirsten Bauer - Master of Architecture (Landscape Architecture), Bachelor of Landscape Architecture (Hons), RMIT Adjunct Professor, and Director of ASPECT Studios
Meet Cassandra Chilton
Meet Cassanda Chilton – Bachelor of Landscape Architecture (Honours) and Studio Principal, Rush Wright Associates
Celebrating the otherness by Cynthia Zhuge
Cynthia Zhuge, a Bachelor of Landscape Architectural Design student, had her work constructed at ‘The Poetry of Gardening’ Beijing Forestry University Garden-making Festival.
First Day, First Year - Interior Design
The first day of the first year of studying immediately challenges students’ preconceptions of what studying interior design might entail.
Louella Exton receives the Patricia Guthrie Memorial Award
Louella Exton, a Bachelor of Landscape Architectural Design graduate, has won the RMIT University Patricia Guthrie Award.