School of Architecture

Wednesday 9 December 2015

The University of Queensland’s School of Architecture’s annual end of year exhibition was officially opened on Friday of last week. Hosted at the State Library of Queensland’s ‘The Edge,’ CROP’15 is shaping up to be an incredibly exciting and thought provoking exhibition of both Master of Architecture and Bachelor of Architecture student work.

Projects from our newly re-structured Masters studio program are on display, including design topics such as Architecture and Commerce; Institutions and Ideology; Adaptive Capacities; Dwelling and Density; Landscapes and Architecture; and Utopian Urbanism. These studios encompass ambitious briefs, challenging students to confront issues associated with the city, high rise living and commercial spaces, landscapes as generators of form and heritage re-use.

The exhibition has been coordinated by the School of Architecture’s Mr Douglas Neale and Dr Pedro Guedes, alongside the Masters graduating cohort, who have produced a publication to showcase the work.

UQ Architecture welcomes all who wish to attend, and we encourage you to invite your colleagues, friends and family. Thank you also to our industry sponsors, without whom, events like CROP’15 would not be possible.

The free exhibition is open to the public until December 13.

CROP'15 Exhibition Banner