The Glenn Murcutt Architecture Master Class in Australia has become an major annual event on the international architecture calendar. Started in 2001, architects and senior students from over seventy nations around the world have now travelled to Australia to participate in the two-week residential studio-based program.
February 23rd, 2016
The Murcutt Master Class program involves a design project undertaken in groups and culminating, at the end of week two, with a design presentation by participants and a critique by Glenn Murcutt and the other tutors, including Brit Andresen, Richard Leplastrier, Peter Stutchbury and Lindsay Johnston. The four main tutors on the annual Glenn Murcutt Master Class are all now Gold Medallists of the Australian Institute of Architects – Glenn Murcutt (1992), Richard Leplastrier (1999), Brit Andresen (first female recipient 2002) and Peter Stutchbury (2015), so participants can be confident they’re in good hands.
Professional institutes and universities internationally have, over the years since its inception, accepted this event as gaining professional development or academic credit points. The studio program, associated lectures and supporting events equate to 150 hours high-level study at postgraduate level. A certificate of satisfactory completion will be issued to all participants completing the program.
Tutors: Glenn Murcutt, Brit Andresen, Richard Leplastrier, Peter Stutchbury and Lindsay Johnston
Date: 3-17 July 2016
Location: Arthur and Yvonne Boyd Education Centre, Shoalhaven, NSW, Australia
Apply via Oztecture
Photography by Nic Walker, Australian Financial Review, Fairfax Media
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