Architecture students work to go on display at Aberdeen uni’s end-of-year show

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Aberdeen architecture students will showcase their best work at an end-of-year show, beginning this weekend.

The event by the Robert Gordon University (RGU) Scott Sutherland School of Architecture and Built Environment will focus on the best work of architecture and architectural technology students.

Among the projects, the three Masters units will focus on – a masterplan for Aviemore which creates a new centre for the town, the development of housing and commercial buildings along the floodplains of the River Dee and the creation of educational buildings in Scotland and throughout the world.

The public will also be able to view the students’ work on the future for Aberdeen Harbour.

David Vardy, architecture lecturer at Scott Sutherland School, said: “The end of year show gives you the opportunity to see work which achieves a refined balance between imagination and realism, a balance that renders work progressive and inspiring, yet also credible and compelling.”

The end-of-year show will run from Saturday June 23 until Sunday July 15, in the Sir Ian Wood Building, Garthdee campus and is open from 8am to 10pm weekdays and 10am to 6pm at the weekend.