Beth George

Dr, BArch W.Aust., PhD RMIT

  • The University of Western Australia (M433), 35 Stirling Highway,

    6009 Perth


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Beth George is a teacher, practitioner and researcher in architectural design, drawing and urbanism. Her PhD, entitled “Scouring the Thin City” was completed through RMIT in 2009. She is the author of two book chapters on urban speculation, “Curating the City” in Leon Van Schaik’s Procuring Innovative Architecture and “A Walk Down Four Streets that Don’t Exist” in Terri-Ann White’s Perth: A Guide for the Curious.

Beth has been teaching for more than ten years in architectural design, with a focus on urban and regional architecture, and in drawing, with a focus on mixed media and on drawing as an act of design. She has curated three public exhibitions, Urban Studio Perth – a culmination of five years of urban teaching – UWA Architecture: the First 50 Years – a celebration of the School of Architecture’s semi-centenary, and Perth: a Guide for the Curious – Parallels between architecture and fashion. 

Beth is a registered architect, and has been recognised by the Heritage Council and the Australian Institute of Architects WA Chapter for her built projects. Her drawings of the Reed House have been publicly exhibited, with the project reaching construction completion in 2018. Her ongoing research interests lie in the nexus between design and drawing, and between architecture and urbanism.

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  • SDG 3 - Good Health and Well-being


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