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School of Architecture and Design
As a multidisciplinary design school, the School of Architecture and Design understands design practice as an agent of cultural change within an increasingly complex and cosmopolitan world.
In our School, we offer programs ranging from certificates through to PhDs. We aim to address compelling, contemporary issues, like climate change, globalisation and rapid urbanisation, in ways that help drive cultural change through design. Our students, lecturers and researchers are all encouraged to be risk-takers as they strive towards positive change.
Globally recognised for design excellence, our School rated ‘well above world standard’ in the Australian Research Council 2012 Excellence in Research in Australia (ERA) audit, achieving the highest possible ranking of 5. We develop our research through the process of designing, and put designs and ideas into practice.
RMIT Professor Tom Kovac has presented at the Medini CEO forum in Malaysia
Tom Kovac RMIT Professor of Architecture and Medy Hassan RMIT Deputy Chair of the Centre for Integrated Project Solutions Industry Advisory Board, Adjunct Professor in RMIT’s School of Property, Construction and Project Management; speaking at MEDINI CEO FORUM 2017 – The Future Revolution Smart Cities IoT and Innovation. – Malaysia Biennial 100YC Medini 2017 is one of Malaysia’s largest urban developments with a gross development value (GDV) of US$20 billion, is envisaged to be the new central business district for Iskandar Puteri. The 2,230-acre mixed development zone will be designed as a smart city incorporating financial, residential, leisure and healthcare components.
Enric Ruiz-Geli Public Lecture at RMIT University
RMIT School of Architecture and Design, is proud to invite you to Enric Ruiz-Geli’s lecture “Its all about particles”
Sandra Manninger ‘Sensible Bodies’ Lecture
Public lecture by Sandra Manninger, from Span Del Campo Manninger Architects. Friday 19th August 2016 at 6:00PM RMIT Building 80, Level 7, Lecture Theatre (80.07.01) Swanston Academic Building, 445 Swanston St, Melbourne