Student Work: Then and Now Event as iCalendar

(Creative Events, Architecture and Planning)

09 September 2017 - 13 September 2017

9am - 5pm

Venue: Exhibition space

Location: Level 3, Architecture & Planning Building (Building 421), 26 Symonds Street, Auckland Central

Cost: Free

Contact email: creative@auckland.ac.nz

Website: About the Architecture and Planning centenary

Play and the City, Jin Woo Kuk
Play and the City, Jin Woo Kuk
Play and the City, Sun Hee Yoo
Play and the City, Sun Hee Yoo

Take a look at the past and imagine the future in this showcase of work from students past and present to celebrate the School of Architecture and Planning's centenary. 

Design Studio in Action

This exhibition presents some of the best architecture and urban design work produced in the School in Semester One 2017. The authors of some of the work and other current students will be on hand to talk about their work and what it is like to study in the School.  
 

100 Years of Architecture by Women

Curated by Architecture + Women New Zealand

Also featured during this time will be a new and expanded edition of the Architecture + Women New Zealand timeline, showcasing 100 years of architecture by women in this country. This version presents new research and focuses on the years 1917-2017 as a complement to the School's centenary events. 

Times and dates

These exhibitions are open to all members of the public from 9am - 5pm, Monday 11 - Wednesday 13 September; closed Sunday 10 September. 

Educators are invited to bring student groups on to campus Monday - Wednesday. To arrange this, please contact our Student Centre
 


The Auckland School - 100 Years of Architecture and Planning

Curated by Michael Milojevic, Lucy Treep, Andrew Barrie and Julia Gatley. 

9 September - 4 November 2017
Venue: Gus Fisher Gallery
Location: 74 Shortland Street, Auckland Central
Cost: Free

This centennial exhibition presents the 100-year history of the School of Architecture and Planning through drawings, photographs and publications. It has a particular focus on student drawings produced during the School’s 100 years. The drawings are fascinating for demonstrating changes in architectural design as well as changes in media and ways of drawing and communicating. 

For more, visit the Gus Fisher Gallery website