Rachel Hurst is a senior lecturer, supported researcher and design studio coordinator for the Architecture program at the University of South Australia.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
All Consuming Pedagogies: An Architectural and Design Educational Practice

This paper describes a unique architecture and interior design program for novice tertiary students in Australia, using themes of identity, gastronomic metaphor and place.

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The Fabric of Architecture: Constructed Garments

Popular architectural media and archival documents inform the creation of a series of abstracted garments, employing the materials and techniques of architectural representation.

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Two Sides of the Story: Film and Food in Architectural Education

Everyday cultural references of film and food are used as accessible and multi-cultural metaphors for teaching first year design studio.

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