I have recently graduated with a masters in architecture with high distinction and currently teaching at the University of Western Australia and working on 'Augmented Australia', the australian exhibition at the Venice Biennale 2014, with the creative directors felix._Giles_Anderson+Goad.
My interests lie between a mixture of design fields; architecture, furniture, sculpture, film, photography and animation.
Throughout my degrees I have studied at the Politecnico di Milano, Italy. + University of Arizona, USA. Gaining work experience internationally as well as in Australia.
This year following my independent design research project 'A Funerary Paradigm' I was nominated for the RIBA presidents medal. And received 2nd place in a national competition for the AIA Colour Bond Steel Student biennale National Design Awards.
FELIX., Perth W.A, Designer / Graduate Architect
+ Venice Biennale 2014
+ Conceptual Design, Planning, Drawings, Diagrams, Renders
+ App Design Development
University of Western Australia, Perth, Sessional Staff Member
+ 1st yr Studio Coordinator ‘Archiphyte’
+ 1st yr Techniques in Visualisation Tutor
+ 2nd yr Future Making (Lecturer/ Tutor)
+ 2nd yr Design Communications (Tutor)
+ 4+5 th yr Studio Coordinator ‘Neuroscience’
+ 5th yr Advanced Computing (Tutor)
+ (all yrs) HUB Workshop Tutor Rhino + Grasshopper
Kanner Architects, Los Angeles, CA, US, Intern
+Physical + Digital Model Maker
+ 3d Visualisation
University of Western Australia, Perth, MArch, Architecture
University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, US, BArch, Architecture - Exchange Program
University of Western Australia, Perth, BArch, Architecture
AAA Colourbond Student Biennale, 2nd Place
" The strength of Ben Juckes’s A Funerary Paradigm lies in its atmospheric, tectonic and material qualities. The concept rigorously negotiates notions of the contemporary cemetery with changing notions of death and sustainable development in a coastal ecosystem.
Structured around a processional experience, Juckes’s scheme crafts an architectural narrative out of ritual and creates a powerful tension between anonymous, personal and collective experiences. The architecture invites the viewer to partake in a journey of discovery, slowly revealing the layers, intricacies and complexities of death."
Cohan Medal, Nomination
RIBA Presidents Medal - UWA, Nomination
Super Studio AIA, Other
- State winners
- National Finalist