Stories dating back more than a century infuse this addition to the first university college for women in Australia.
With_Architecture Studio’s recent addition to Perth’s Christ Church Grammar School is a cleverly configured preschool-to-year-six block designed to suit many pedagogical methods.
The Victorian government has promised $2.7 billion to boost the construction sector, with the bulk of the money going towards education infrastructure and public and community housing.
The proposed Scientia project for a catholic girls’ school in North Sydney will stack science labs, indoor and outdoor learning areas and sports courts over four levels.
Schools, a university campus and housing are among the first tranche of projects to be fast tracked by the NSW government to boost the economy during the COVID-19 crisis.
Designed by BVN, Santa Sophia Catholic College will accommodate 1,860 students from kindergarten to year 12, 130 staff, and an early learning centre for 60 children.
Architectus has unveiled designs for a major overhaul of the public high school and primary school at Chatswood, a high-growth suburb on Sydney’s lower north shore.
The new central plaza features a curved canopy adorned with a large-scale artwork illustrating the environment, identity, and morphology.
As part of a newly developed architecture program, Western Sydney University will offer a Master of Architecture (Urban Transformation) from March 2019.
The International Union of Architects (UIA) has announced a new award, open to architecture faculties around the world, that aims to celebrate innovative approaches to architecture education.
A new scholarship program, funded by Desgininc, aims to support Indigenous architecture students at Western Sydney University.
Designed by Tzannes and Blight Rayner, the 19-storey Engineering Innovation Hub will be home to Western Sydney University’s architecture school.
After winning a design competition in 2017, Tonkin Zulaikha Greer has further developed its proposal for a brick and glass research hub in the historic Blackfriars education precinct.
The 19-storey tower, designed by Lyons, would accommodate 10,000 students in Bankstown
“The future is not so dangerous and it is precisely the interesting questions for the future that make us draw better projects.”
The plans, designed by Architectus, call for a major expansion of facilities at one of Australia’s most expensive private schools.
The Victorian government has appointed four local architecture firms to design eight new schools around the state.
The University of Technology Sydney (UTS) has opened a curvaceous companion to its landmark brutalist tower in the centre of Sydney.
Woods Bagot has led the development of a concept design and planning application for a new hub for the University of Melbourne’s Melbourne Business School.
The University of Newcastle has unveiled designs of a flagship building by Lyons and EJE Architecture for its STEMM precinct at the Callaghan campus.