Architecture, Construction & Surveying News

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  1. 29, April, 2015 Architecture students map changing face of city street

    Bon Accord Crescent 1954

    Architecture students at RGU have brought the historical development of one of the city’s streets to life.  

  2. 28, April, 2015 Architecture students unveil ideas for new Portlethen Primary playground

    Portlethen primary playground designs 2

    Architecture students at RGU have presented staff, pupils and parents at Portlethen Primary with their vision for how the school’s playground could be transformed.  

  3. 16, April, 2015 Look Again visitors choose favourite design for 2016 festival hub

    Lucy Fisher Look Again design

    Architecture student Lucy Fisher (19) was announced as the winner of the public vote to design a festival hub and information point for Look Again 2016.  

  4. 26, March, 2015 Industry recognition for RGU visualisation course

    Richard Laing 2015

    RGU has received formal recognition from an industry body for a new cutting edge architecture course.  

  5. 12, March, 2015 Student work to be presented at architecture event

    Alan Dunlop Suzhou project

    A project by RGU architecture students to design a new city for one million residents will be presented at an event exploring the impact of rapid urbanisation in China.  

  6. 09, March, 2015 RGU professor to explore the relationship between architecture education and practice

    Prof. David McClean

    A leading architecture expert will explore how education will shape the future of the practice at professorial lecture.  

  7. 06, March, 2015 RGU project to receive international award for building innovation and research

    Amar CIOB award

    A project led by architectural experts at RGU to investigate a new insulation technique for historic buildings has won an industry award for innovation.  

  8. 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.  

  9. 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.  

  10. 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.  

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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


  1. 26, March, 2018 Mental Health Movie Monthly - Black Swan

    The Sir Ian Wood Building

    Come along to the free Mental Health Movie Monthly showing of 'Black Swan'.  

  2. 28, March, 2018 Connected Transport Systems

    Aberdeen City Council, Robert Gordon University and the University of Aberdeen have collaborated to organise a series of evening talks on the theme of ‘Connected Transport Systems of the Future’ which will run from February to May 2018.  

  3. 04, April, 2018 Innovative Design And Management (IDAM) Conference 2018

    Scott Sutherland Building event 400 324

    The IDAM Conference 2018 will explore, examine and discover excellence in the design and the use of major public investment projects in the cultural and governmental sectors.  

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