UTS Library

Curations Exhibit: Architecture

Curations Exhibit: Architecture

On display from 5 November, 2014 to 15 December, 2014.

To coincide with the Sydney Artchitecture Festival 2014.

Student Displays

Level 2 Entrance Foyer

Post graduate and Undergraduate Architectural Design students display a broad range of projects from the UTS Architecture Faculty.

Students are asked to test the limits and assumptions of architecture by exploring new ways in which to exercise their creative potential and ethical responsibilities in shaping the urban environment. The architect is to be seen as a public intellectual who contributes to dialogue about the future of the city, improving the opportunities that are presented to its inhabitants. With the practice of architects becoming more diverse, the aim is to equip students with conceptual and practical skills to shape future practice.

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UTS Library Architecture Collection

Level 2 Read Area & Level 2 Stairwell

Showcasing the extensive Architectural Collection housed within the UTS Library. Level 2 book displays offer visitors to the library an opportunity to browse or borrow directly from the display.

UTS Library Architectural Special Collections

Level 4 and 5 Display Cabinets (rear stairs)

View the UTS Library Special Collections rare publications by Mies Van Der Rohe, Walter Gropius, Le Corbusier and Australian Glenn Murcutt.