Phoebe Scott

Interior Architecture, 2021

I’m Phoebe Scott, an Interior Architecture Student at the University of Canberra, Class of 2021. Being born in Canberra has been my driving force in wanting to make an impact in the world of design in the area and surrounding regions. I have always had a passion for design and started pursuing this in high school by taking design technology classes. This cemented my love for all things design and architecture. During my studies I have learnt many things that I intend to take with me into the industry. These include the importance of sustainability and heritage conservation of which I majored in during my time at the University of Canberra.

As a Designer I will strive to make a difference in the industry through embracing change and committing to designing functional and beautiful interiors that are environmentally sustainable, have a well-researched end of use plan, are enduring and aesthetically pleasing.

Below is a selection of some of my best work over my three years at the University.

 

Phoebe Scott

Selected Portfolio

Its Your Move project for Caroline Chisholm School

Its Your Move project for Caroline Chisholm School

ACT Government program 'It's Your Move' in partnership with Caroline Chisholm School have engaged the University of Canberra to design an outdoor learning / play space to promote better physical and mental wellbeing.

Floor plan for redesign of workshop

Floor plan for redesign of workshop

The aim of this task was to explore the potential of the old building 7 workshop and develop skills through site analysis, client engagement, commercial cutout typologies and spacial planning. The focus of this assignment was for students including myself to learn about the importance of the end user and how best to understand their needs and translate this into a functioning design.

Final Design: Library exhibition for the NCACL

Final Design: Library exhibition for the NCACL

The intent of this project is to work alongside the national centre for Australian children’s literature to develop a cohesive and functional space that showcases Australian children’s literature. The project will engage people of all ages and invite them to interact within an innovative library alongside the NCACL exhibition.