Cruise terminal design sends Matthew to Paris

Student Matthew Bople standing in front of architecture designs
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If Griffith architecture student Matthew Boyle has any say on the Gold Coast’s controversial cruise ship terminal, it will look a lot like this. Matthew’s proposed design, to be situated on Wavebreak Island, focuses on the spatial qualities of the Gold Coast in an attempt to reveal the city’s landscape to visitors in an abstract way. […]

Success on the ‘Dots’ for architecture pair

Griffith Architecture students Rory Pope and Kate De Pina
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Griffith University Architecture students Rory Pope and Kate De Pina have taken out the top two prizes in the annual and highly regarded 9Dots Award for creative design. Run by Australian building product and design firm CSR Cemintel, the 9Dots Award features professional and student categories and this year challenged participants to design a multi-residential […]

Architecture student with capital designs

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Griffith University architecture student, John Kurko, has been selected for the final of an international competition to design a hypothetical new capital for Australia. John is one of 20 shortlisted finalists, competing for up to $100,000 worth of prizes in the CAPIThetical International Design competition. The challenge has attracted 110 entries from 24 countries. It […]