Architecture, Landscape Architecture and Urban Design
The Architecture, Landscape Architecture and Urban Design disciplines in the School of Design bring together passionate and experienced practitioners, researchers and educators who work to shape built environments.
What is Architecture?
Architecture is the conceptualisation and design of individual buildings and urban landscapes in response to existing and emerging environmental, social, technical and economic needs.
We offer pathways into a career in architecture via our 3-year undergraduate majors + 2-year Master of Architecture, or a 3.5-year Master of Architecture for holders of undergraduate degrees in other fields who wish to make a career change.
What is Landscape Architecture?
Landscape architecture is the planning, design and management of our natural and built landscapes for the benefit of communities and the future health of the planet.
We train landscape architects via our 3-year undergraduate major + 2-year Master of Landscape Architecture, or a 3-year Master of Landscape Architecture for holders of undergraduate degrees in other fields who wish to make a career change.
What is Urban Design?
Urban designers deliver solutions for the needs of cities and neighbourhoods.
We deliver postgraduate courses at the Australian Urban Design Research Centre in the heart of Perth city.
What is Building Information Modelling?
Building Information Modelling (BIM) is a new paradigm in construction. Today, the industry uses 3D models as the basis of a building inception, design, construction management and facilities management.
Our postgraduate courses in BIM will put you at the forefront of the construction industry, allowing you to become a decision-maker and have a direct impact on the quality of our built environment.
We offer undergraduate majors in Architecture and Landscape Architecture that will pave the way to postgraduate study for entry to those professions. We also offer postgraduate courses in Urban Design and Building Information Modelling suited to graduates or professionals from a range of fields.
Kirill de Lancastre Jedenov
Kirill de Lancastre Jedenov is an architect, researcher, and educator at the UWA School of Design.Read more about Kirill de Lancastre Jedenov
Dr Julian Bolleter
Dr Julian Bolleter is an urban designer, researcher and teacher, tackling issues facing Australian cities in the 21st century.Read more about Julian Bolleter
Professor William (Bill) Taylor
Professor William (Bill) M Taylor is a registered architect and academic at the UWA School of Design.Read more about William Taylor
David Marie is a workshop technician at the UWA School of Design, with a background in the building and construction industry.Read more about David Marie
Dr Rob Cameron
Dr Rob Cameron is a lecturer and researcher exploring emerging technologies, their impact on the past, present and future of cities, and the opportunities they present for interdisciplinary design research.Read more about Rob Cameron
Christina Nicholson is a registered landscape architect and a lecturer at the UWA School of Design.Read more about Christina Nicholson
Lara Pinho is an award-winning lecturer and architect focused on sustainability and social impact at the School of Design.Read more about Lara Pinho
Professor Maria Ignatieva
Professor Maria Ignatieva is a landscape architect and urban ecologist who teaches and researches at the UWA School of Design.Read more about Maria Ignatieva
Dr Rosangela Tenorio
Dr Rosangela Tenorio is an academic and architect specialising in design for development.Read more about Rosangela Tenorio
Craig McCormack is a lecturer and researcher with a passion for teaching architectural design.Read more about Craig McCormack
Emily Van Eyk
Emily Van Eyk is a practising architect and award-winning teacher in the UWA School of Design.Read more about Emily Van Eyk
Dr Nigel Westbrook
Dr Nigel Westbrook is an architectural history researcher, lecturer and research supervisor at the School of Design.Read more about Nigel Westbrook
Dr Kate Hislop
Dr Kate Hislop is a registered architect and has been an academic at UWA for over 20 years.Read more about Kate Hislop