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RGU students explore innovative ‘Future Communities’ at public exhibition Scott Sutherland School of Architecture and built environment

An exhibition by final year Architecture students from RGU showcased some innovative solutions to major nationwide challenges such as housing and tourism, as well as creative ideas for the redevelopment of Aberdeen harbour.

Final Year Scott Sutherland School Architecture students with their models and work.
Professor David McClean, Head of the Scott Sutherland School of Architecture & Built Environment, added: “The exhibition is a welcome opportunity to display and present the innovative work of our students in the public domain, and to share the depth of research and consideration that underpins each project. It is important for a School such as ours to share ideas about our future environment, and in doing so hopefully stimulate discussion and debate, whilst illustrating the professionalism of those about to graduate.”
The Future Communities open evening at The Anatomy Rooms on Friday, May 17.
The Future Communities open evening at The Anatomy Rooms on Friday, May 17.

Credits:

Martin Parker, The Gatehouse-Design & Print Agency @ RGU

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