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Above: Design Innovation and Technology: FabPod (interior) by RMIT’s Spatial Information Architecture Laboratory and Premier’s Design Award Finalist
RMIT has two new Masters programs; Master of Design Innovation and Technology, and Master of Urban Design; that can be completed in a year by those already possessing a Master of Architecture or Landscape Architecture (or equivalent).
RMIT has launched its new Master of Design Innovation and Technology, which speculates on the future of design practice and the application of technology to this constantly changing environment, to address the next digital revolution.
While, its new Master of Urban Design program provides a studio-based, multidisciplinary environment to engage on the issues affecting cities that urban design professionals are expected to confront through project-based work. These issues include climate change, shifts in population and housing density, spaces for contemporary workplaces, as well as related transformations in industry, technology and infrastructure. A series of international intensive workshops at the RMIT Vietnam and Barcelona campuses offer a global perspective and international study experience.