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Sally Farrah is a Lecturer in the School of Design and the Built Environment at the University of Canberra (UC). Whilst completing a Master of Architecture at the University of Western Australia (UWA), Sally began teaching in 2013, where she would teach in core studio and history & theory units until 2022.

During this time, Sally also taught at Curtin University, and worked professionally on residential and civic projects for MORQ and Whispering Smith. In 2021, Sally completed her Ph.D in Architecture (UWA), entitled “Architecture as a form of theoretical language: the visual and verbal languages of transatlantic, post-modern architecture."

Sally joined UC full-time in 2023, where she teaches across undergraduate and postgraduate streams. She is the unit convener of first year Visual Communication, where students engage in learning technical skills and the historical context of orthographic drawing and physical modelling; and convener of third year History & Theory 3, focusing on the transferences between European, British, and Australian architecture. She is also a studio lead in the Master of Architecture program, and the undergraduate studio Professional Practice (Industry Studios).

Her research combines textual and historical research with a disciplinary analysis of orthographic drawing and model making. Sally is available for post-graduate supervision.


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PhD, Architectural representation as a form of theoretical language: The verbal and visual forms of transatlantic, post-modern architecture, University of Western Australia

Award Date: 13 Dec 2021

Master, Masters of Architecture [M.Arch] (Honours), University of Western Australia

Award Date: 26 Jun 2013

Bachelor, Bachelor of Environmental Design [B.EnvDes], University of Western Australia

Award Date: 13 Dec 2010


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