Week 12 (21–25 October 2019)
A blind donkey riding a unicycle can find a place to eat, but finding the perfect place to eat on Monash Caulfield campus can test even the most prominent of food connoisseurs.
While commute times have increased over the past decade, a Pricewaterhouse Cooper report predicts that without investments in transport infrastructure, commutes could increase further (Davies 2019).
Chelsea Telford is a current third year MADA student. Chelsea grew up in Melbourne with a deep interest in design before deciding to do Architecture at Monash University.
Jefry was born in Indonesia, moved to Singapore to study interior architecture, he then moved to Australia to undertake his bachelor of architectural design here at Monash.
Week 10 (7–11 October 2019)
The MPavilion is an ongoing architecture project that began in 2014 where every year a temporary pavilion is designed to be placed in the heart of Melbourne at the Queen Victoria Gardens, acting as a free cultural hub for the public to engage in programs during its spring-summer duration.
Week 9 (23–27 September 2019)
The overall sustainability of our food supply in relationship to the predicted rise in population has sparked innovative design solutions, which include vertical farming and hydroponic skyscrapers.
Week 7 (9–13 September 2019)
This “how to” guide walks you through the photoshop process to get your final photos looking presentable and gives you a couple of tricks to make photoshop quicker and easier to use.
Week 6 (2–6 September 2019)
As a student in third year architecture I am interested and engaged with the technological possibilities of the platform. It is fascinating exploring the way it interacts with Art, Design and Architecture degrees.
Located on the Southern side of Monash University sits the newly constructed Learning and Teaching Building (LTB) designed by John Wardle Architects (JWA).
A quirky dialog about the escapades journeyed during the Monash Bachelors degree of Architectural Design. Hosted by Diba Behshad, Alyssa Grover and Inuri Liyanage; 3 undergraduate students that endured 2 and half years of the degree with different experiences, sharing their thoughts on the same journey of trials, tribulations and a lot of laughter.
9 Sep 2019
This MADAboutMADA Podcast features third year architecture students Jackson, Lucas and Robert. In this podcast, they discuss their personal experiences with the Bachelor of Architecture Course. What they have found to be most essential in their lives to ensure they get the most out of their degree and how they have balanced their outside of university lives simultaneously.
9 Sep 2019
Welcome to, CRITICAL CONFESSIONS, a podcast for the students, by the students!! Today, critical Confessions brings you STUDENT REVELATIONS on the topic: How to deal with criticism presented by Jiaqi Chen, Lavanya Sirohi, (Sean) Sichong Shan & (Phillip) Thanh Duc Dang. We have invited five student guests to hear their opinions on the topic: how to deal with criticism. Our Guests for the evening are Friyana, Alyssa, Daniel, Sean and Ruby.
9 Sep 2019
This podcast was produced by Nadia, Isha and Seyed based on an interview format. The interview was about the life of a graduate of architecture ‘Rosie Norris’. She has shared her own experience and lessons with us through this informative podcast.
9 Sep 2019