Archive for: May, 2019

RGU Students Explore Innovative ‘Future Communities’ at Public Exhibition

https://spark.adobe.com/page/7oxBIVJo0dsmt/?fbclid An exhibition by final year Architecture students from RGU showcased some innovative solutions to major nationwide challenges such as housing and tourism, as well as creative ideas for the redevelopment of Aberdeen harbour. Professor David McClean, Head of the Scott Sutherland School of Architecture & Built Environment, added: “The exhibition is a welcome opportunity…

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Traditional Buildings Maintenance Course

As part of Fraserburgh 2021 Heritage Scheme (TH/CARS), Aberdeenshire Council are delivering a series of training opportunities for those with an interest in traditional buildings. It is free to participants and open to all who have a professional interest in old buildings, whether in the design or construction phase and want to learn more about…

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57°10 Thirty Years Festival

The Scott Sutherland School of Architecture and Built Environment’s 5710 Student Society is holding a number of Architecture related events as part of a Thirty Years Festival. It is 30 years since the 5710 Student Society was founded, and to celebrate this milestone, student members are organising a festival of events for current students, prospective…

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Architecture Fringe Events – Aberdeen & North East

http://architecturefringe.com/check out the extensive list of events in this year’s program for Architecture Fringe. There’s a lot happening in and around Aberdeen thanks mostly to RGU & Look Again. http://architecturefringe.com/colourdeen http://architecturefringe.com/livingroom/ http://architecturefringe.com/love-at-first-sight/ http://architecturefringe.com/the-fourth-wall/ http://architecturefringe.com/the-mobile-ploposal/ http://architecturefringe.com/a-guide-to-being-unsustainable/

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