Student Hub is live
We’ve launched Student Hub, an industry-first portal to help architecture and design students navigate their education journey.
A mecca of material is now available to students on Student Hub; carefully chosen and curated, continuously updated, and able to be simply accessed from the Architectus website. A wide array of content is drawn from our own resources as well as other helpful websites and portals – all aimed to inform and inspire the next generation of designers.
You’ll find construction details, presentation techniques, building typologies, inspirational books, industry tips, articles, Principal interviews and other exclusive insights from some of the sharpest minds in the industry.
We’re proud to be the first Australian architectural practice to develop a resource of this kind, demonstrating our commitment to professional practice and the promotion and advancement of studying and working in architecture, interior architecture, urban planning and design.
“I found it daunting moving from university into the profession, and I know a lot of budding architects feel the same way today,” said Melbourne Studio Leader, John Sprunt.
“Mentorship and education within the profession have become passions of mine. Everyone comes into architecture from different backgrounds and opportunities; there’s no single, straightforward path. Having the confidence to put yourself in the position where opportunities come your way is critically important and it is our job to equip students and graduates to gain that confidence.”
Run by Architectus students and graduates for their cohort, the Hub creates a support platform that offers guidance through studies in a practical and inclusive way.
‘We know that architecture and design students are often faced with a long and sometimes challenging career path. So we have built the Student Hub as a bit of a beacon, with resources that open the door to the world of working in architecture – all you have to do is walk through it.” said National Leader Urban Futures & Resilience, Alex Lawlor.
“These kinds of resources are truly vital in cultivating the designers of tomorrow. From being able to find accurate examples and tips to accessing insights and inspiration, there is something that every student should benefit from.”
Mia Fleming (Student) said the Student Hub would be a valuable resource as learning-from-home remains prominent beyond the pandemic.
“The Student Hub is a go-to site that compiles useful resources, anecdotes and expert tips that complements our studies and can be accessed from anywhere. Breaking into the industry can prove challenging, so having an industry leader providing their perspective is invaluable.