UTS alumnus and architect David Holm has been appointed an adjunct professor at the UTS School of Architecture. Holm is also a director at one of the largest architectural practices in the Asia-Pacific, Cox Architecture.
Holm’s connection to UTS extends over several decades having worked as a design tutor after completing his undergraduate and masters degrees. In most recent years, he has taught master classes relating to Sydney’s transport and airport issues, and in 2013 delivered a public lecture entitled, “Bigger & Better: The Growth of Sydney”.
“I’ll be encouraging connections between the University and broader practice within Sydney, especially focused on the research of urban places and transportation”
David Holm brings over 25 years’ experience working on major public projects to UTS’s architecture curriculum. Working on projects such as Sydney’s new Barangaroo Ferry Hub, Holm is primarily known for his contribution towards the transport and urban typologies, both locally and internationally.
“I’ll be encouraging connections between the University and broader practice within Sydney, especially focused on the research of urban places and transportation”, says Holm.
The 2011 Churchill Fellowship winner and author of two books, has taken on a lead role in the redevelopment and remodelling of many international airports including Singapore’s Changi, Sydney’s Kingsford Smith and Hong Kong’s Chek Lap Kok International Airport. Later in 2015, Holm will travel to Dhaka in Bangladesh to host a Drawings Master Class.
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