Learning by Making Projects
The School of Architecture & Design at the University of Tasmania is gaining an enviable reputation for its Learning By Making classes. Students in all design disciplines and all year levels can participate in Learning By Making classes as elective units.
Learning By Making projects allow students to experience design work in collaboration with consultants and local authorities while undertaking the design and fabrication of small public buildings and structures. Students are required to submit formal documentation to clients for their approval and to local council for development and/or building approval. In these projects students also employ model making of various scales to collaboratively develop and finalise designs.
Click on the projects below for more information.