Architecture

Glen Murcutt architecture master class applications open

November 27, 2014

The masterclass attracts architects, postgraduates and senior student from over 70 countries around the world, and is equivalent to 150 hours of high-level study at postgraduate level.

Above image: The Arthur and Yvonne Boyd Education Centre by Glen Murcutt. Photography by Anthony Browell.

Architects, postgraduate and senior students are invited to submit their applications for the 2015 Glenn Murcutt international master class.

Now in its 15th year, the master class is led by Glenn Murcutt himself. Offering a stimulating series of lectures, activities and design projects, the intensive two week program aims to extend and inform individual practice, with the guidance of experienced tutors. On completing the class, participants will form presentations for critique by Murcutt and other teaching architects.

Next year’s master class will be held at Riversdale on NSW’s Shoalhaven River. Attendees will be accommodated by the Arthur and Yvonne Boyd Education Centre, one of Murcutt’s most renowned projects. There may also be an opportunity to tour through the Simpson-Lee House at Mt.Wilson in the Blue Mountains as well as other projects by architects and participating tutors Richard Leplastrier and Peter Stutchbury.

The masterclass attracts architects, postgraduates and senior student from over 70 countries around the world, and is equivalent to 150 hours of high-level study at postgraduate level. A limited 32 places are available, favouring early applicants, with candidates selected based on professional credentials and merit.

When: 5 – 19 July 2015

Where: starting at Arthur and Yvonne Boyd Education Centre

Fee: AUS$7,700 (AUS$7000 + 10% GST) including tuition fees, twin share accommodation, excursions, lectures, coach transfers, and most meals (except free evenings in Sydney on the second week). Does not include international travel.

Applications must be submitted online and be accepted to attend.

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