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2017 Architecture Graduate Exhibition

See our graduating students' work

Together with a highly regarded exhibition publication, works will display the intellectual, technical, socially responsible explorations of the next generation of architects and designers.

Opening Night: Thursday 30th November, 6.30-9.30pm. 
Dates: Exhibition continues until Saturday 16 December.
Venue: University of Sydney School of Architecture, Design & Planning, Wilkinson Building, 148 City Rd, Darlington 2006

Tin Sheds Gallery opening hours: Tuesday - Friday 11am-5pm, Saturday 11am-2pm (open until 4pm Info Day)

This exhibition will showcase the work of graduating students from the Master of Architecture, the Bachelor of Design in Architecture and for the first time this year, the Bachelor of Architecture & Environments.

Each year the University of Sydney's Architecture Graduate Exhibition presents bold designs by final year undergraduate and postgraduate students, revealing the intellectual, technical, socially responsible explorations of a new generation of architects. This year's showcase, which officially opens on Thursday 30 November, is no exception.

The annual exhibition displays the work of graduating students from the Master of Architecture, the Bachelor of Design in Architecture and for the first time this year, the Bachelor of Architecture and Environments. Expanding in size and quality every year, this showcase is a celebration of the unwavering dedication and enormous achievements of our students.

Sponsors

The Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning would like to thank the following supporters for their generosity in making the Architecture Graduate Exhibition and Catalogue of 2017 possible.

Platinum

Architects Registration Board

Gold

Bates Smart
Bosco Lighting
fjmt
Grimshaw

Silver

Architectus
Fox Johnston
Hassell
Utz Sanby

Bronze

Bespoke Careers
I2C
Make
TKD Architects
TZG
Trotec
Young Henrys

Event details

30 November-16 December 2017
148 City Road, Darlington Sydney, NSW