11-13 May 2021
Darling Harbour, ICC SYDNEY

Innovative Building Ideas from the Academe

Oct 17, 2018 DesignBUILD News

The design, architecture and construction industries in Australia continue to develop at a rapid pace. With innovative launches, technology advancements and continuing interest in the regulation of the nation's built environment.

Such development provides further opportunities not just to existing professionals but to architecture and design students with fresh and emerging skillsets.

Earlier this year the architecture, building, construction, and design communities were once again gathered together for the insightful DesignBUILD 2018 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Through the collaboration of DesignBUILD and RMIT University, the project DesignBUILD RAW was made possible. This project creates an opportunity for students to experience the whole construction process as they compete to have their projects designed, built, and exhibited in the expo.

The innovative ideas of the Academe were showcased to the industry leaders from planning to construction. Take a look at some of the concepts submitted by RMIT students for the design and build of the Seminar Theatre and Education Theatre.

DesignBUILD RAW is once again a feature at DesignBUILD 2019 when the event returns to the ICC Sydney, Darling Harbour from 14-16 May 2019. Working in partnership with local universities in New South Wales, more details on this great initiative will be released soon.

About the Author: Spec-Net

This article was first published by DesignBUILD Media Partner, Spec-Net. The Spec-Net Building Directory commenced in 1994 and since then their news portal has grown to attract over 10 million visitors per annum. Their audience demographics are architects, designers, engineers, contractors, building companies, building manufacturers both commercial and domestic.

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