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The Glenn Murcutt Master Class and Eco Outdoor are excited to offer an architecture student the chance to learn from Australia’s top architects.
The Glenn Murcutt Master Class is an innovative two-week design programme held in September that has become a major annual event on the global architecture calendar.
Started in 2001 by The Architecture Foundation Australia, architects and senior students from more than 80 countries have since made the journey to Australian shores to participate in the program.
The first week is held at ‘Riversdale’, the Arthur and Yvonne Boyd Education Centre on the stunning Shoalhaven River south of Sydney. Participants live and breathe in what has been described as Glenn’s ‘Master Work’, spend time in the company of Glenn himself and experience private tours of some of his most distinguished projects.
For the second week of the Master Class, the Eco Outdoor Waterloo showroom is transformed into a hive of architectural innovation and inspiration, as participants undertake a design project, with Glenn personally running the rule over the class. As he puts it himself:
I am talking about the conservation of materials, the conservation of land, the keeping of old growth forests, the understanding of how we might be able to find a sustainable building.
The Master Class concludes at the end of the week with presentations of the design projects by the participants and a critique by Australia’s foremost architects, including Glenn Murcutt, Peter Stutchbury, Richard Leplastrier, Brit Andresen and Lindsay Johnston.
Eco Outdoor have long been proud to support the up and coming Australian Architectural talent and last year, Eco Outdoor ran a competition in which two final year Architecture students were given the opportunity to attend a presentation at the Master Class and meet the participants and tutors including Glenn Murcutt.
2018 Student Intern Competition
This year, Eco Outdoor are excited to announce that we will be offering a student an intern role to assist at the Masterclass during the entire second week of the program. The competition is open to any student in Australia who is currently participating in the Architectural Master’s Degree at an Australian University.
The Intern will be assigned to a group of Master Class participants and work alongside them throughout the week to assist with their final project. The intern will be an integral part of the team assisting with drawings, sourcing materials, making models and subject to the critiquing process by the tutors Glenn Murcutt, Peter Stutchbury, Brit Andresen, Richard Leplastrier and Lindsay Johnston.
To enter, click below and fill out the entry form. The winner will be selected at random on Monday 3rd September 2018 and will be notified by phone and/or email.