Where innovation meets construction
From Architecture, Interior Architecture to Landscape Design or Building and Construction Management, there’s no better place to study the Built Environment than right here at UC.
Bring your creative ideas to life in our modern facilities like our 3D Printing, Robotics, and laser lab in Workshop 7, where you’ll roll up your sleeves and gain practical experience while you study. Plus, with internships, simulated projects, and plenty of practical opportunities throughout your degree, you’ll graduate with the experience and knowledge to excel in a sector full of career opportunities.
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3D Printing Lab
Situated in Workshop7 our 3D printing lab is equipped with a range of small and large-scale printers to help you bring your creative ideas to life.
Explore the future of automation in design and manufacturing with our Universal Robots UR10e robot arm. This technology will allow you to construct models that would otherwise be to complex using manual techniques.
Equipped with a large and a small format laser cutter, our Laser Lab will allow you to quickly turn sheet material into a kit-form model. This is ideal to bring your architectural models to life.
Bring your deigns to life in one of our several computer labs equipped with industry standard design software required for 2D and 3D modeling allowing you to develop your technical skills.
The Mulitcam CNC Router can process a large variety of materials to produce 2D “profile cuts” which form kit models as well as 3D route shapes such as landscape contour models with complex 3-dimensional curvature.
Design and manufacture advance composite objects and structures in our Composites Lab. With facilities for processing "prepreg" carbon fibre and other fabrics, you can produce industry standard, high quality composite parts in house.
Our BIM Hub is the first digital building transformation hub of its kind in Australia. This is where you'll use Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) technologies to interact with building designs and construction plans, drones, 3D laser scanners, and more.
Explore Workshop 7
Develop your talents and get industry ready in UC’s state-of-the-art Workshop7. You will have access to an expansive suite of technology, materials and equipment to help you bring your ideas to life.
Do you have personal or school-based projects you’re proud of? Bypass standard university admissions by submitting five pieces of your most accomplished work in architecture, landscape design or building and construction management.
At UC we value the importance of real-world, practical learning to ensure you graduate connected, skilled and ready for career success. Connect with real clients, mentors and industry from day one and build your professional network before you graduate.
What’s more, you’ll prepare for your future career and showcase your skills through internships, study tours, competitions and exhibitions.
Partnering with local winery, Gundaroo Gundog, second year Architecture and Landscape Design students were tasked with reimaging and conceptualising an innovative small winery.
If you're a Year 11 or 12 student from the ACT, NSW or QLD we want to see your creative talents. Submit your best creative work for the chance to win study grants, an Adobe mentoring session, cash prizes and more.
Studying at UC gave me the confidence to try different disciplines within interior architecture – I’ve since worked on commercial, residential and industrial architecture projects. I feel I’m a well-rounded practitioner within my profession – thanks, in large part, to the study methods at UC.
Bachelor of the Built Environment (Interior Architecture)