1. Integrate contemporary architectural and urbanism technology, practice and discourse in the design of a complex architectural project. 2. Research, analyse, and integrate relevant aspects of historical, theoretic, and sociocultural precedents and themes to critically inform design decisions. 3. Develop and document design proposals using industry standard software and communication tools, including drawing, models, 3d visualisations, and physical models. 4. Creatively and imaginatively implement aesthetic and functional resolution of a project design including project briefing, site planning, spatial requirements, building occupancy and circulation, and formal composition. 5. Test, evaluate, and propose through detailed documentation the integration of comprehensive building services, engineering structures, and environmental systems to support a holistic project solution and procurement strategy. 6. Work collaboratively and individually as part of a design project lifecycle and critically reflect on how design activity generates new skills and discoveries.