HND Computer Aided Architectural Design & Technology students
Architectural design students are top drawer
Three students on the HND Computer Aided Architectural Design & Technology course at Forth Valley College drew up tasty plans for an architectural showcase recently.
Lewis Robertson (22) and Jonathan Hart (27) both from Alloa and Scott Kilgour (21) from Bo’ness, were all selected from 11 in their group to display their Graded Unit projects in the reception area of the College’s Falkirk Campus after impressing Ian McRae with their designs for a new restaurant at Callendar Park in Falkirk.
Their work is being displayed from Monday 29 May – Friday 2 June 2017.
Lecturer Ian McRae said:
“These students have gone above and beyond the brief and really pushed the boundaries. This exhibition is an opportunity to showcase the excellent quality of their work and also show others what the HND Computer Aided Architectural Design & Technology course involves.”
“I really enjoyed the whole process to create a restaurant for 80-100 people.”
His classmate Jonathan, said:
“It was a lot of fun and the best bit for me was working with all the detail involved.”
Scott, who has progressed from Bo’ness Academy and an NC Computer Aided Design and Technology through to the HND, added:
“It was a great experience to work on a project from a blank sheet to near enough a finished design.”