The Abedian School of Architecture is a leading design-driven professional school, characterised by an international outlook and motivated by the goal of graduating architects capable of shifting the direction of future practice. The School features one of the lowest student to staff ratio of any architectural program offered in Australia, ensuring unrivalled access to state of the art equipment, as well as personalised attention and mentoring. The features of the building provide a contemporary education space in which students, the industry and community can learn, gather and exhibit.
A ‘learning through making’ ethos is supported by a state of the art workshop and fabrication lab, featuring traditional woodworking equipment and a robust digital fabrication and rapid prototyping setup that includes 3D printers, a CNC router, laser cutter, and an industrial robot. Bond's industrial robot is one of only three available in Australian architecture schools. Students will also benefit from exclusive access to collaborative design studios, reading and resource rooms, an atelier as well as impressive exhibition and event space. The building and its facilities are accessible 24/7 to students.
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