Master Class: ‘Total Immersion’ Architecture Student Summer School
Tutors: Richard Leplastrier, Peter Stutchbury and Lindsay Johnston
Date: 11th-17th February 2018
Location: Pittwater YHA, North of Sydney.
Cost: AUS$1650 ($1500+ 10% GST) Including tuition, accommodation, all meals, ferry transfers, scenic Pittwater Cruise, coach excursion to houses, visit to Richard Leplastrier house Lovett Bay, visit to Peter Stutchbury offices Newport
Applications: ONLY 2 PLACES REMAINING AT 16 DECEMBER. Please submit an online application NOW, total 32 places available, preference will be given to ‘senior’ architecture students with more than three years architectural education, successful completion of at least two years is a minimum requirement. Following receipt of applications, offers will be made, based on credentials, with preference to early applicants.
Payment: Please send NO money until an offer is made. Payment of a non-refundable booking deposit of 25% will be required to confirm acceptance of an offer of a place. Balance of payment will be due by – latest mid-January 2018. If these deadlines are not met, places will be offered to other candidates. Payment instructions will be advised when offers are made.
This gallery offers a collection of images gathered over the years of the Architecture Summer School. This gallery focuses on ‘people’, capturing the diversity and commonality experienced by all who come to join this program. Alongside the Glenn Murcutt International Master Class the Summer School draws participants from all corners of the globe, creating a wonderful intercultural experience for all. Participants join the expanding professional network of AFA Alumni.
This gallery offers a collection of images gathered over the years of the Architecture Summer School in Sydney, NSW. This gallery focuses on ‘places’, locations visited by the participants over the years. Special places, beautiful houses and buildings. These places provide an insight into the richness of experiences and memories accessed by participants.
This gallery offers a collection of images gathered during the Summer Schools over the years. This gallery focuses on ‘projects’completed by the participants during these master classes. Sketches, models, drawings all gathered to demonstrate the breadth of content generated and the quality of output. These projects provide an insight into the richness of learning and discourse accessed by participants.