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1714

RMIT City Campus

Within this environment of high spatial drama, terraced seating and planting establish inviting human-scaled amphitheatres.
Location

Melbourne CBD

RMIT City Campus

, laneway culture.
1314

Little Adelaide Hills

Little Adelaide Hills is a proposal for the redevelopment of the Royal Adelaide Hospital site. Situated on the north-east corner of the Adelaide CBD, Little Hills is a collection of housing, community, university, cultural heritage, open-air market, arts and performance spaces.
Client

Royal Adelaide Hospital

Little Adelaide Hills

, exposing geology.
1799

New Student Precinct

The university experience is about so much more than just attending classes. Learning can happen anywhere, anytime – in the classroom, on campus, in the city, around the globe. The New Student Precinct fosters a seamless transition between these spheres, ensuring students are both locally grounded and globally connected.
Location

UoM, Parkville Campus

New Student Precinct

, locally global.
1857

The Scoop

In the heart of the student campus is a crypt of unrealised grandeur. Once an underground carpark, its sweeping field of parabolic vaults promises so much more. Raw concrete arcs out of the ground in defiance of gravity, an expression of aspiration and daring.
Client

University of Melbourne

The Scoop

, unrealised grandeur.
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RMIT Business Behavioural Lab

RMIT engaged Architecture architecture to design and deliver the fitout of new facilities for the Business Behavioural Lab. The brief required a thorough understanding of the stakeholders’ needs in order to deliver a laboratory where academics undertake controlled behavioural experiments with verifiable results.
Location

Melbourne CBD

RMIT Business Behavioural Lab

1903

Monash Study Spaces

Through a series of modifications and upgrades, concerns of safety, comfort, amenity, well-being and identity have been addressed, making services more readily accessible and functional for the student body.

Monash Study Spaces

, lively and robust.