In this 10-13 week unit, students will study a local neighbourhood and consider how it meets the needs of the community. They will explore its development and how it has changed over time. They will consider issues of the conservation and preservation of any significant local historical and/or cultural features.

Do you have an architecture degree? Did you know that only graduates who are registered can use the title architect?

This resource encourages students to explore their local neighbourhood and consider sustainability, aesthetic, cultural, safety and functional issues facing our community now and in the future.

This resource is aimed at aspiring architects and members of the public who are interested in knowing more about what an architect does. The resource provides a broad picture of the diverse roles architects have within the profession, capturing examples from a range of age groups, office models, and areas of expertise.

What does an Architect do?

Building connections: Transforming the Local is a multi-layered resource aimed at supporting the teaching of architecture units as part of Visual Arts courses in Stages 4 and 5. This resource can be used for Stage 5 Visual Design and Stage 5 Photography and Digital Media.

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