Architecture, Construction & Surveying News

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  1. 02, March, 2015 Aberdonians to become tourists in their own city as part of new visual arts festival

    Look Again Festival 2015

    Locals will turn tourist in their own city when a groundbreaking festival launches in Aberdeen this April.  

  2. 18, February, 2015 Student exhibition sets wheels in motion for new trail centre

    Kirkhill mountain bike centre by Johanna Kleesattle

    An exhibition by architecture students at RGU has set wheels in motion towards the aim of creating a regional mountain bike centre in the North East of Scotland.  

  3. 12, February, 2015 Architecture students to design new playground for Portlethen pupils

    Portlethen Primary architecture project 2015

    RGU architecture students are embarking on a project which will see them design a new playground for pupils at Portlethen Primary.  

  4. 21, January, 2015 Exhibition to inspire the development of mountain biking in Aberdeen City and Shire

    Kirkhill mountain bike centre by Johanna Kleesattle

    Aberdeen architecture students will unveil their ideas for a new mountain bike trail centre in Kirkhill Forest, as part of a project to inspire the development of the sport.  

  5. 12, December, 2014 Prize for RGU architecture lecturer’s reimagining of Union Street

    Union Street Amar Bennadji 2014 after

    An architecture lecturer at Robert Gordon University (RGU) has won a prize for exploring innovative methods of teaching.  

  6. 24, November, 2014 Prize for RGU students’ cutting edge vision for Tokyo Olympic Village 2020

    Tokyo Olympic Village 2020 2

    Three architecture students from RGU have scooped an international prize for their vision of the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Village.  

  7. 05, November, 2014 Digital heritage project looks to harness new technology

    Elgin Ladyhill

    Researchers at RGU have launched a project to investigate how libraries can harness new technology to enhance community heritage projects.  

  8. 29, October, 2014 Award-winning architecture work on display at RGU

    Peterhead project 2014 3

    Work by this year’s winners of the Scottish Student Awards for Architecture is being exhibited at the Scott Sutherland School until November 18.  

  9. 22, October, 2014 Carbuncle claims unhelpful for Granite City, says RGU professor

    Aberdeen City Scape

    In the wake of Aberdeen's nomination for the Plook on the Plinth award, Professor David McClean contributes to the debate surrounding the Granite City's inclusion.  

  10. 17, October, 2014 RGU team to present work at world’s largest architecture festival

    Gray's School of Art

    Staff and students from RGU will present new research at the world’s largest architecture festival this month.  

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  1. The Big Crit

    Big Crit

    Final year student showcased plans for Buckie harbour

    Cian O’Riordan Architecture BSc/ MArch

“I chose to study at Robert Gordon University because I was keen to attend an architecture school which had close links to an art college whilst also providing a technically focused course.”

Aisling Shannon Architecture BSc/ MArch

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  1. 14, December, 2017 Exhibition of Stage 5 Architecture Student Work

    Stage 5 Architecture students have created an exhibition covering a variety of issues affecting Scotland today.  

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