Held since 2005, the annual event has attracted hundreds of architecture students and recent graduates from all over Australia and New Zealand, PNG, South Africa and as far afield as Bangladesh, China, UK, Ireland, Denmark, Argentina, India and Slovenia.
It has been called the ‘Total Immersion’ Summer School because, for a week, you live, eat, sleep, walk, talk, architecture in the superb landscape of the Kur-ing-gai National Park overlooking beautiful Pittwater north of Sydney, where both ‘masters’ Richard Leplastrier and Peter Stutchbury live and work, and ’round the corner’ from the Hawkesbury River, which we visit on a ferry cruise, and the boat only access to the home of Lindsay Johnston.
Master Class: ‘Total Immersion’ Architecture Student Summer School
Tutors: Richard Leplastrier, Peter Stutchbury and Lindsay Johnston
Date: 10th-16th February 2019
Location: Pittwater YHA, North of Sydney.
Cost: AUS$1705 ($1550 + 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: 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. Following receipt of applications, offers will be made, based on credentials, with preference to early applicants.
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