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Scott Sutherland School of Architecture and Built Environment


Photographs from this year’s end-of-year show, at Scott Sutherland School, Aberdeen

Scott Sutherland’s student show ran from 23 June to 2 July.


Readers' comments (5)

  • No review? It's not that far away surely?

    This year Scott Sutherland will run a two year masters course with units led by, Gokay
    Deveci, Neil Gillespie and myself. You can see work done last year, designing a new island town here:

    No computers in my unit, from now on only hand drawings Alex Green above was a particularly excellent draughtsman.

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  • WHAT! No SketchUp? No Laptops?

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  • Replaced with a 0.5 Staedtler pigment liner...oooooh...

    Beautiful models above!

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  • That's too bad they couldn't be bothered reviewing the student's work. They've definitely missed out!

    I can only imagine the initial reaction of students when they realise computers are BANNED! I only wish I could be there see their developmens through the year as they learn to appreciate what can be done so well without the need for gaudy computer generated images.

    Lets see more beautiful hand made beautiful models!

    And why is their just 6 measily pictures, there's much much more come from the school this year.

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  • No computer?
    Nice idea but it will never work:-(

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