Exhibition » 04.11.2016 - 08.11.2016

RMIT Landscape Architecture Exhibition

Image: Codex/Decodex by Elise Northover

The Landscape Architecture programs at RMIT seek to cultivate new practices drawing from past knowledge of landscape architecture. To do so by articulating and developing multiple fields of enquiry that enable productive intersections between industry, society, research, policy and practice.

The landscape architecture exhibition celebrates work across three programs:

Masters of Landscape Architecture»
Final year design research projects
Level 2, Project Rooms 1 & 2

The cornerstone of the exhibition are the Masters final projects. Individual projects are developed within design research laboratories that operate simultaneously through the course. The year-long projects are delivered through three components – exhibition, site model and client documents. The exhibition forms the conclusion and celebration of the project outcomes.


Bachelor of Landscape Architecture/Bachelor of Urban and Regional Planning»
Final semester projects – Studio 8
Level 10, Long Room

Studio 8 is the graduating studio for students undertaking a combined Landscape Architecture/ Planning dual degree. It is the culmination of a semester-long project making connections between planning practice and landscape.


Bachelor of Landscape Architectural Design»
Lower Pool and Upper Pool Studio
Levels 8 & 9, Long Rooms

Design Studios operate as laboratories conducive to experimentation, investigation, and the exploration of design as an agent for understanding and responding to issues in the built environment of contemporary society.