The Scott Sutherland School of Architecture and Built Environment’s End of Year Show is an annual highlight in the calendar, celebrating the talents and achievements of our students. Read about some of their stories.
Our on-campus exhibition is back! This year the Scott Sutherland School was transformed into a creative hub, showcasing the exciting and inspiring projects from our architecture students.
Mature student Theodora from Athens, Greece, says a MSc in Advanced Architectural Design is one of the best decisions of her life and has opened many new doors and horizons. Despite having dyslexia, Theodora has developed advanced technical skills and is using these to combine her love of nature into creative and innovative designs.
Having initially worked in the oil industry as an apprentice technician, mature student Connor wanted a change in direction. He turned to architecture to open up more creative job opportunities, being drawn initially to an Architectural Technology course at The Scott Sutherland School of Architecture before pursuing a Masters.
As an international open water swimmer, who’s swum the English Channel and competed for Team Ireland in Ice Swimming, winning medals and a 10th place ranking in the world for 500metre freestyle, Jennifer draws on her love of the open water as inspiration for her master’s project, creating an outdoor lido on South Uist.
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