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QUT Architectural Review 2019

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Celebrating 100 years


table of contents 100 Years of Architecture

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Centenary Undergraduate architecture 2019

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Our Addenda: That which is to be added Master of Architecture 2019

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100 Years of Architecture This year QUT celebrates its 100th year of architectural studies. Over the past century the QUT School of Design has grown and evolved to encompass several facets of design, with architecture remaining at the core throughout. Within the SOD, QUT offers a Bachelor of Design in undergraduate architecture, and a postgraduate Master of Architecture. This book is a celebration of the past 100 years of architecture, and showcases a selection of the work of the student bodies of both undergaduate and postgraduate students of architecture.

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Architecture is not created, it is discovered – the hand will find solutions before the mind can even comprehend them. - Glen Murcutt, architect


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Centenary

Undergraduate architecture

Over the past several years, the undergraduate students who feature in this book have undertaken eight design units, along with several technology, theory, and visualisation courses. The combination of these classes have produced a student body who are capable of producing high quality work, whilst recognising the social, environmental, and political issues that face architects and designers alike. At the end of their degree, they look back upon their work thus far that has shaped them as students and designers. The following selection is a collection of students' work from the past four years of their undergraduate studies. The undergraduate course at QUT has prepared the students to confidently begin their careers in architecture and continue on to their Masters degrees, with many students returning next year.

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The work within this book of undergraduate students is a selection of self-nominated work by students. As such, the showcased work is not a complete representation of the work of the graduating body; nor a complete collection of the best. The following is a list of students who are graduating and/ or have completed Architectural Design 8 in semester two of 2019. Ghoson Alexander Harriet Allan Anastasia Anagnostopoulou Joshua Anderson Laura Archer Holly Banks Munnings Fatemah Bayati Alex Beddows Honey Sureshbhai Belani Emily Bennington Thomas Bess Sam Bruchez Kasey Bryan Nicolas Cameron Sophie Candy Lydia Carlton Carly Caspersz Stephanie Chan Mei Ting Chau Yiqun Chen Ya Chin Angela Chau Christopher Chung Joel Clish Reece Cottrell David De Roquefeuil Rasim Demirovic Olivia Romauli Kusuma Dewi Georgina Doll Nicole Domonkos Megan Duffy Anthony Duivenvoorden

Thomas Effeney Jessica Fenton Madalyn Fitzgerald Foti Fotinis Christopher Fulloon Ozi Garelnabi Janelle Gildea Susana Gonzalez Spagnoli Brenton Graham Sullivan Grevis-James Ollivia Grier Frances Hamnett Felia Hanifa Ali Savero Harahap Gi Gi Hau Matthew Hawke Rory Hawke Ajeng Hendriati Eryk Henson Grace Hickey Damien Hill Emily Hinds Timothy Holmes Mattie Howell Aminath Shuau Ibrahim Theresia James Joara James Daniel Jeffries Yi Jiang Daniel Kalf Nipuni Nayanamala Kasturi Arachchillage Rhys Kelly


Jonathon King Logan Kirk Katyusha Methanisa Kismantoro Nicola Kouvaras Aaron Kuczynski David Lee Eric Li Tak Sen Li Benjamin Likely Yu Chia Lim Yang Xian Jade Loo Run Hua Lu Reilly Mallon Amanda Martin Benjamin McCormick Cynthia McLaren Adam Meara Finley Mijnarends Duc Tu Mohen Ngoc My Linh Nguyen Will Nutting Stephanie Palmer Maggie Pinn Eden Prior Megan Purdy Erika Rice Andita Rifayanti Lyba Salman Emily-Jane Sarroff Grace Sellers Samantha Simmonds Angus Smith Veng Ly Sou Marlee Stevenson Georgia Sullivan Liam Suter Emily-Rose Swain Nadia Hui Lee Tan

Nixon Yee Pherng Tan Elliott Taylor Yuliya Telyakova Zain Thorp Abbey Walker Landon Wall Samuel Wilson Curdin Wullschleger Beau Young Yat Tin Yueng Zuda Zhang Fan Zhang Haopeng Zhang Lintao Zhu


Laura Archer Laura has a strong passion for social infrastructure and climate adaptive design. A trip around the world in the middle of her degree, cemented Laura’s love for architecture, as she explored from the Colosseum to New York’s Highline. She strongly believes that through shared spaces we can develop greater social cohesion and tolerance. Laura tends to challenge the notion of living in excess; in footprint, belongings and material use. When she’s not immersed in uni work, you will find Laura tending to her cacti, op-shopping and eating chocolate.

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Holly Banks Munnings Hi! I’m Holly. I’ve always been fascinated with the way that we are influenced by our built environment and the emotional connections we form with spaces. As a young designer I aim to create spaces that foster positive social interaction to reconnect us with our surrounds, both built and natural. I am also interested in how we represent the way we live through our architecture and examining the vernacular architecture of different cultures. As part of my degree I took part in a cross cultural studio in Jakarta, which provided a great immersion experience for architecture in a tropical environment, and allowed me to explore designing in a different social, cultural and environmental context.

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Yiqun Chen I am Yiqun Chen, an architectural designer from China. I am always trying to explore the edges of architecture. Contemporary and traditional architecture education is facing many serious challenges. On one hand, the traditional architecture practical industry already has a fixed production development process. This may allow the developing artificial intelligence technology to replace the traditional architecture design process in the near future. On the other hand, capitalism leads the needs for drafting skills, which is turning the education of architecture to professional skill training in recent years. I want to become an architect who can balance this situation. I want to inspire the next generation.

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Madalyn Fitzgerald I chose architecture as a career path as I find the process and challenge of problem solving extremely rewarding and enjoy the journey of resolving the optimal design solution. My design experiences to date have led me to develop an empathetic approach to architectural design, which was particularly showcased in my study trip to Jakarta, Indonesia. It is during this experience that I developed a stronger sensitivity to contextual and historic factors and the users of the urban environment. Overall, my central design approach today is to give back to the existing community and its users, while delivering innovative architecture that adds value to the existing environment.

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Mattie Howell I have always been curious about design since a very young age, always finding myself coming up with little creations or drawings. The realisation that this curiosity and passion is becoming a lifelong endeavour is incredibly exciting to me. Living and travelling around Europe for a year amongst beautiful architecture really encouraged my drive to pursue design as a career path, a path I have been lucky enough to have already begun. I’m particularly passionate about heritage refurbishments and I love the idea of upcycling to give something new life. I count myself lucky that I get to learn about design every day and experience the excitement that architecture brings to others.

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Daniel Jeffries I started in this field because I saw the potential that architecture has to make people feel. We all have such a strong subconscious sense of place, and I want to be able to make positive changes through my work. I was able to develop my unique design style at a very early point in my career - with this I can see a real part of myself in every design I work with. As such I have a strong connection with my work, but I am a big believer in compromise. I like to not only create work that reflects my architectural identity, but to create something that will do more than satisfy the needs of clients and any patrons.

LinkedIn Instagram Facebook Email

linkedin.com/in/danielsjeffries dsj.designs dsjdesigns danielsjeffries@outlook.com

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Nicola Kouvaras A succesful architect to me should design with the objective to provide connection to place, whilst provoking environmental integration and community engagement. The way in which I design involves a methodical and considered approach to create a conservative design which allows the landscape to become an integral role in the built environment. Through the amalgamation of landscaping, I place emphasis on creating a fluid transition between the interior and exterior environment. Also, focus is placed on homogeneity in design through a limited material palette and built form, as it is important in creating a readable language for the inhabitants and providing a consistent motif within the design composition.

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Ben Likely I am inspired by how architecture can influence and shape social, spatial and political structures across varying scales, however, I find passion amongst small scale architecture that has effects across broader scales – acupunctural. I believe the life enhancing aspects of design can only come from close collaboration with actors and stakeholders within the design and this field of actors extends beyond the “client�. In my work, I test ideas throughout the design stages by initially sketching and model making. Digital tools such as 3D modelling and visualisation software are also an integral part of my design process. I am constantly aiming to learn new techniques in all skills with each project and push myself to experiment with media to develop my skill set.

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Reilly Mallon My approach to design circulates around a collaboration between people and place. Developing strong contextual connections at the start of a project is the fulcrum of a coherent design. Exploring and researching new technologies and sustainable materiality for projects is the most important part of architecture for me. The project I have chosen to display is the Jombang Engineering Technologies Building (JET), a mixed university and commercial building with a public retail orientated ground plane.

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Adam Meara I gain great joy in life from helping people. I think architecture is a fantastic way of aiding society to move towards a better future. Through good design, and by working in a team with all people required to bring a design vision to reality, the built environment can significantly improve people’s wellbeing. I love how architecture is a physical representation of the past, and so my designs are inspired by the constant thought; “How will my building be viewed in a hundred years’ time?” Email

adam.meara@hotmail.com

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Will Nutting I believe that in the modern world the role of architects and designers is rapidly changing, and it is important that we learn to adapt and change with it. Today, architects have a responsibility to be custodians of the environment - to ensure that our work strives to protect, conserve, and revitalise the natural and urban landscape. Moving forward, we must produce work that facilitates positive growth and conversation as to affect positive change in the world. The status quo must change. Website

wbnutting.com

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Stephanie Palmer I believe design is multifaceted and complex. I think it requires the consideration of many elements in order to be holistic and beautiful. I also believe design should encourage interaction and communication, it should integrate communities and bring people together. I strive to design for the bigger picture, considering and benefiting the people who experience it. I appreciate the way urban design and architecture integrate to produce stronger cities and communities, providing this sense of integration and connection. Ultimately, I aim to design cohesively and sustainably, providing beautiful and practical architecture which is equitable and welcoming.

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Erika Rice Hi I’m Erika. I’m fascinated by the way people engage with architecture because it can have such a positive or negative impact on society. I love going through the design process to create spaces that enhance human interaction with the built environment. I’m an avid traveller, having been to the Netherlands on exchange for 6 months at TU Delft and working as an intern architect in a firm in Munich, Germany. I’ve had to dive in the deep end, learning many different programs and processes, making me so open minded to the world of design and how I can be the best possible designer for our future.

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Raya Sargeant After completing a year of a Bachelor of Architecture and the Environments at The University of Sydney, Raya Sargeant returned to Brisbane to finish her Bachelors degree of design, majoring in architecture, at the Queensland University of Technology. Experience at both universities has ignited a passion in design and a keen interest in the way natural elements, such as light and shadow, can direct a design concept. Whilst being fascinated with dissolving the boundaries between interior and exterior, Raya hopes to create architecture that will foster community and environmental sustainability.

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Emily-Jane Sarroff As a designer, my artwork and architectural designs have always been inspired by nature. I enjoy creating contrasts between sharp geometry and organic forms within my work to produce designs that are both aesthetically pleasing and intriguing. Within all my designs I aim to create a sense of harmony between both the building and the landscape, as I believe that both elements should merge as one. Creating art has always been a passion of mine so as a designer, rather than simply creating a building, I aim to create something that can be a piece of art itself.

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Georgia Sullivan Georgia designed her very first house at the tender age of 7, complete with two moats and a room with trampolines for walls. She took a brief sabbatical and studied graphic design before returning to architecture to rekindle her love for creating weird and wonderful spaces. Georgia is particularly drawn to crafting spaces with a strong sense of spatial quality, and has further enhanced these skills with a minor in Interior Design. She is interested in further investigating the ability architecture has to influence the user's mood and emotions, as well as exploring architecture as a vehicle for storytelling.

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Liam Suter Hi, I’m Liam, and I’m a sponge with legs. I think the most important thing we can do as young designers is to have a voice. But with voice comes responsibility, and this responsibility is what I try and explore through my work. My explorations are attempts to coalesce many divergent interests into something ultimately tangible; a manifestation of the synthesis of my many enquiries. I like an architecture at ease with frugality, knowing well that needing less inherently gives us more. I approach architecture through an old builders saying; 'Never forget what you had and what was lacking on the shelters you've been.'

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Emily Swain Hi, my name is Emily. As a young designer, I endeavour to combine the theoretical and practical knowledge I have gained from university and industry experience, with my own personal values of sustainable and considered design. To me, successful design is something which offers a new experience or perspective for the user in a way which considers both what was there before, and what is yet to come. I’m excited to see where my career in architecture will take me.

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Zain Thorp I’m an architecture student who prefers a forest to a city. Sounds strange right? For a while I thought I was on the wrong career path because of this. However, I soon realised this trait meant I was in fact on the perfect career path. Without diving too deep into a climate change rant; I believe this crisis requires more architects of today, to feel the same as I do. Buildings will always continue to be built, and my purpose will be to design those buildings to be as environmentally conscious as possible.

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Website Email

abbeywalker.net abbey400@gmail.com


Abbey Walker Abbey Walker is passionate about sustainable, future-driven architecture with a strong focus on ethically sourced materials and passive design alternatives. She hopes to incorporate such principals into both large-scale commercial projects and smaller community builds. Abbey also has a keen interest in the refurbishment and revitalisation of heritage-listed buildings and landscapes as a means of breathing life back into neglected areas.

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Find optimism in the inevitable. - Rem Koolhaas


Masters


MASTERS OF ARCHITECTURE CELEBRATES

100 YEARS AT QUT


Our Addenda: That which is to be added Masters of Architecture

Queensland University of Technology Design Festival 2019 presents “Our Addenda” : that which is to be added, a celebratory milestone in the eternal architectural journey. “Our Addenda” honours the diverse exploration of the Masters of Architecture Graduates and our understanding of local, global and future contexts. Visitors will be inspired and provoked by the breadth of design possibilities under a range of thematic conditions. Endorsing the underlying moral and ethical purpose of architectural practice. Coinciding with 100 years of architectural education at QUT join us in celebrating and nurturing the next generation of creative thinkers.

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The work within this book of Masters students is a selection of self-nominated work by students. Not all students included are necessarily graduating, but have all undertaken at least one semester of the Master of Architecture in 2019.

Nicholas Allen Jilea Aman Grace Arezio Hiu Yan Au Yeung Ahmad Baguley Ashley Bamford Leonie Barrett Jade Bebbington Henry Bennett Joshua Boscaino Jack Boschert Hollis Browne Huifen Chen Lawrence Cheung Jano Christopher Brian Chu Kian Chuan Alvin Chua Thomas Collins Madeleine Conlan Benjamin Connor Rhett Cowen Georgette Criticos Jayden Cronon James Dent Summer Dickson Natasha Dimitreijevic Cameron Dupree Hunter Eccleston Yehirson Escobar Jessica Fealy

Ebony Fowler Saxon Fraser Amber Grade Andrei Gonzalez Quesada Savannah Griffiths Kate Hall Kayne Harris Adam Hart Negin Hashemi Lachlan Hawkswell Cherie Hobill Savannah Griffiths Izak Hollins Kelly Holmes Yunfei Hou Alvedin Hukicevic Reka Huszti Juma Jackson Anush Jayasekera Krishantha Jayasuriya Maria Kristina Jaymalin Isabel Jest Fahmiyah Khatri Deok Hwan Kim Shivanjani Kumar Kin Wing Kwong Yee Nok Kwong Hei Heng Lao Curtis Lau Nga Fong Lau


Cyrus Lee Sadej Lehpamer Chi Ching Leung Hoi Kei Leing Iki Leung Tobias Leung Kin Long Brown Leung Kevin Li Mu Li Yu-Hsin Zhuoxi Liu Qianli Ma Melanie Mabb Hamish Maguire Mayura Mahadevan Jiahao Mao Ama Hayyu Marzuki Joseph May Tamasin McArthur Thomas McCosker Georgia McGraw Ewan McPherson Rhys Mellish Harley Messersmith Jarvis Milson Amber Mitchell Catriona Mitchell Myron Monteiro Abbey Morgan-Short Nhat Tuan Trang Nguyen Vo Minh Nhut Nguyen Jake Notley Mengzhi Ouyang Steven Parisotto Xuefeng Peng Giselle Penny Valentina Ponomariova Josephine Pratt

Harrison Pullar Georgia Ramaccio Calvino Darshini Raveenthirathas Courtney Richardson Declan Robinson Ana Laura Rocha Cuthbert Michael Routledge Natalia Salgues Lucena Thomas Searle Dylan Secis Jazreel Setiadi Sara Christianti Setiadi Pak Lim She Lydia Sparksman Geethanjali Suresh Jack Swain Jessica Sy Steve Szell Karl Taylor Tarik Telesnitsky Kuot Thiik Courtney Thompson Tristan Underhill Sam Vivanti Henry Ward Jie Wei Aiden Weir Charoltee Wilson Ka Yi Wong Kam Ki Wong Lai Kwan Wong Luyin Wu Fenglan Yan Kun Yang Taylor Yerbury Ka Kuen Yu Ching Nin Yung Alessandro Zicarelli


Nicholas Allen Student Number: N9670246 @: nickjallen02@gmail.com

MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE

LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/nic-allen-8563697b


Nicholas Allen

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Thomas Collins Student Number: N9511105 @: tjcollins2009@hotmail.com

MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE

Portfolio: issuu.com/tomjcollins/docs/190621_portfolio_-_tom_collins


Thomas Collins

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Madeleine Conlan Student Number: N8880689 @: madeleine.conlan@hotmail.com LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/madeleine-conlan

MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE

Instagram: conlan.creative.co


Madeleine Conlan

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Georgette Criticos Student Number: N8864501 @: georgettecriticos@hotmail.com

MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE

LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/georgette-criticos-89303315b/


Georgette Criticos

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Summer Dickson

MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE

Student Number: N9681639 @: summer.dickson@connect.qut.edu.au


Summer Dickson

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Natasha Dimitrijevic

MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE

Student Number: N8623902 @: natasha.dimitrijevic@hotmail.com


Natasha Dimitrijevic

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Hunter Eccleston Student Number: N9455426 @: heccleston@outlook.com LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/hunter-eccleston-551a01134/

MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE

Portfolio: huntereccleston.wixsite.com/portfolio


Hunter Eccleston

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Jessica Fealy

MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE

Student Number: N7516703 @: jessica.fealy@gmail.com


Jessica Fealy

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Amber Garde Student Number: N08860998 @: amber.garde@gmail.com

MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE

Portfolio: ambergarde.myportfolio.com


Amber Garde

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Savannah Griffiths Student Number: N8799121 @: savannahgolde@gmail.com

MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE

Portfolio: issuu.com/savannahgoldegriffiths/docs/architectureportfolio


Savannah Griffiths

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Kayne Harris Student Number: N8848319 @: kayneharris9@gmail.com LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/kayne-harris-045842166 Portfolio: kayneharris.myportfolio.com

MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE

Portfolio Password:KayneHarris2018


Kayne Harris

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Izak Hollins

MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE

Student Number: N8384924 @: izakhollins@gmail.com


Izak Hollins

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Juma Jackson Student Number: N9172041 @: jumajjackson@gmail.com

MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE

LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/juma-jackson-876aa1120/


Juma Jackson

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Krishantha Jayasuriya Student Number: N9183914 @: krishanthadesign@gmail.com LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/krishantha-jayasuriya-27a16718a/

MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE

Instagram: radnation_architecture


Krishantha Jayasuriya

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Fahmiyah Khatri Student Number: N10630121 @: fahmiyah.khatri@hotmail.com

MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE

LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/fahmiyah-khatri-a8046994/


Fahmiyah Khatri

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Shivanjani Kumar Student Number: N9415459 @: kumarshivanjani@gmail.com LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/shivanjani-kumar-392323103

MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE

Portfolio: www.kumarshivanjani.wixsite.com/architecturestudent


Shivanjani Kumar

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Ama Hayyu Marzuki Student Number: N9804749 @: hayyumarzuki@gmail.com LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/hayyumarzuki

MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE

Portfolio: issuu.com/hayyumarzuki www.behance.net/hayyumarzuki


Ama Hayyu Marzuki

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Tamasin McArthur Student Number: N8601054 @: tamasin.m94@gmail.com

MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE

LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/tamasinmcarthur/ Instagram: tpm_architecture


Tamasin McArthur

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Rhys Mellish Student Number: N9107519 @: Rhysmellish1995@gmail.com

MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE

LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/rhys-mellish-9b52a310b/


Rhys Mellish

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Mengzhi (Louise) Ouyang

MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE

Student Number: N8983887 @: louiseouyang@gmail.com


Mengzhi(Louise) Ouyang

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Josephine Pratt Student Number: N9395369 @: josephine.pratt@yahoo.com

MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE

LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/josephine-pratt


Josephine Pratt

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Courtney Richardson Student Number: N9167684 @: court.richardson96@gmail.com

MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE

LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/courtney-richardson-8b1619134


Courtney Richardson

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Ana Laura Cuthbert Student Number: N8459533 @: ana.cuthbert@gmail.com

MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE

LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/ana-laura-cuthbert-5289409b


Ana Laura Cuthbert

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Michael Routledge Student Number: N7193297 @: michaelroutledge91@gmail.com

MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE

LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/michael-routledge-08b1a0aa/


Michael Routledge

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Jazreel Setiadi Student Number: N9185127 @: j.setiadi@me.com

MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE

LinkedIn: au.linkedin.com/in/jazreel-setiadi-40b422146


Jazreel Setiadi

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Sara Christianti Setiadi Student Number: N9915010 @: sarasetiadi@gmail.com

MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE

LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/sarasetiadi/


Sara Christianti Setiadi

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Steve Roy Szell Student Number: N8302618 @: steve.szell@fivemileradius.org

MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE

Tumblr: seriousdabbler.tumblr.com/


Steve Roy Szell

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Kuot Chol Thiik

MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE

Student Number: N8640688 @: kuotthiik@gmail.com


Kuot Chol Thiik

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Courtney Thompson Student Number: N9427988 @: courtney.t23@gmail.com

MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE

LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/courtney-thompson-a27722a3


Courtney Thompson

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Sam Vivanti Student Number: N9192450 @: samvivanti@hotmail.com

MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE

LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/sam-vivanti


Sam Vivanti

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Henry Ward

MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE

Student Number: N9193499 @: henry.ward.woot@gmail.com


Henry Ward

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Aidan Weir Student Number: N8601801 @: aidanjweir54@gmail.com

MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE

Portfolio: issuu.com/aidanweir/docs/folio_final_upload_3


Aidan Weir

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Charoltee Wilson Student Number: N4180135 @: carrmico@hotmail.com

MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE

LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/charolteewilson


Charoltee Wilson

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Fenglan Yan Student Number: N10423737 @: evayan0716@gmail.com

MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE

LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/eva-yan-044976134


Fenglan Yan

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We would like to thank the following sponsors, without whom this book and the 2019 Design Festival would not have been possible.

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QUT Architectural Review 2019  

Celebrating 100 years of architecture at QUT. This book is a collection and celebration of the work of graduating students from QUT's underg...

QUT Architectural Review 2019  

Celebrating 100 years of architecture at QUT. This book is a collection and celebration of the work of graduating students from QUT's underg...

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