It is important that our students get the chance to be taught by practising architects as well as full time academic staff.
This enriches their learning and teaching experience and gives our Industry Professors the chance to feed into teaching practices, methodologies and curriculum. They will get to know some of the students who could be their future employees, and help to shape the degree program to ensure that our graduates exit with the skills and experience that the industry needs.
Prof James Hayter - James is considered to be amongst the top Landscape Architects in Australia. He is a graduate of our School and Harvard and practices throughout Australia. He is a past national President of the Australia Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA), has won numerous AILA design awards and is highly regarded by his peers. He has been teaching with us for some time now and is an accomplished communicator and Landscape Architecture lecturer.
Prof Philip Harris - Phillip is considered to be amongst the best Architectural designers in Australia; especially in the field of residential architecture and context. He is a graduate of our School, the founder of Troppo Architects and a person who has won numerous Architecture Design awards. His residential architecture is second to none in Australia and his ability to reflect context and culture in his design work is truly outstanding. He has been teaching with us for some time now and is an accomplished communicator and Architecture lecturer.
Prof Steve Grieve - Steve is another shining light in the South Australian Architectural community. He is a graduate of the UNSW but has lived and practiced in South Australia since the late 1970s. He is the current President of the South Australian Chapter of the Australian Institute of Architects, has won numerous design awards e.g. the University's very own National wine Centre, has a significant design and organisational role with the Adelaide Fringe Festival and is the only South Australian Architect involved with the new Royal Adelaide Hospital design. He has given several guest lectures for our School and is an accomplished communicator.