Aquarius Redux seeks to revisit, reconsider, reimagine and expand histories of countercultural architecture
Your first step to becoming an architect.
You will learn to design for the built environment through a studio-based program that encompasses the aesthetic, technical, social and professional aspects of architecture.
Design is central to the degree, but you will also gain a broad understanding of urban planning and policy, architectural science and the IT systems which underlay contemporary design and modelling.
Bring ideas into reality, specialised training in design and coding, with a view to producing unique, innovative and user-focused interactive designs.
The Master of Architecture at the University of Sydney builds on the skills acquired in your undergraduate degree and prepares you for registration as an architect.
The Interaction Design and Electronic Arts program enables you to design for the future, using the emergent technologies of today.
The Heritage Conservation program develops your skills in the care and conservation of traditional and modern buildings, the latter a growing concern of contemporary conservation practice.
The Urban and Regional Planning program at the University of Sydney is your pathway to the professional world of planning. The Planning Institute of Australia (PIA) accredits this course, ensuring professional relevance and excellent employment opportunities.
The Urban Design program at the University of Sydney recognises that urban designers operate at the nexus of aesthetic, economic, political and technical fields. Our program trains you in more than just the design, execution and management of building projects on an urban scale.
This program has been developed to address the urgent need for specialists in the planning, development and architectural industries who understand the complex interrelationships between the various aspects of environmental planning.
The Illumination Design program offers strong technical education in human visual perception, methods for quantifying light, lighting technologies and issues of sustainability.
Sustainable Design professionals are responsible for developing efficient and environmentally responsive buildings and retrofitting existing buildings to meet today’s environmental demands.
This program in audio and acoustics provides you with in-depth specialisations in both audio and acoustics.
Equips you with the professional skills to ensure maximum operational efficiencies, optimal comfort and health outcomes for occupants of corporate and residential environments.
Your Facilities Management studies are embedded within the widest array of building services and architectural science subjects, giving you an unrivalled strategic understanding of all aspects of building administration.
The flexibility of the Building Services program enables you to incorporate deep understandings of the theory and practice of sustainable systems design, ratings and measurement systems, performance metrics and financial analyses.
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