What is ‘salon learning’ and how is design responding to this new educational format? Arts West, Melbourne Univeristy’s riotous new Arts Faculty by ARM Architecture and Architectus, reimagines on-campus learning via the philosophy of object-based learning.
May 29th, 2017
Designcraft – Gallery display cases
HUB Furniture – Lowe Atticus Monteray Bench Seats and Table
Schiavello – Humanscale task seats, group study desks, climate workstations
Wilkhahn – Timeshift Table
Vitra – Drafting stools
Cult – Circulation hallway stools, study space Satellite table, Gubi chairs, stools and Hansen chairs
Profurn – Conservatory seats
Arthur G – Arflex Hug Chairs
Radford Furnishings – Clause 3-seater
Stem – Office task chairs
Planex – Office pedestals
Dulux – Paint throughout
Hurford Hardwood – Timber floor throughout
Pelle Leathers – Column upholstery throughout
RC + D – Printed flooring throughout and dyed ceiling rugs
Signorino – Marble flooring and walls, stair and wall cladding, office boarder tiles
Keim – Column renders, Abilox
Kvadrat – Stair upholstery
Locker Group – Ceiling aluminium
The Andrews Group – Student lounge flooring, botanic collections
KAYDRA – Circulation hallways acoustic panelling
Sonoglass – Exposed ceilings
Austral Plywoods – Conservatory walls and ceilings
Ellie Cashman – Wallpaper
Pure Interiors – Themed study space wallpaper
Flavor Paper – The Refectory walls
Radford Furnishings – Galleria curtain
Wallpaper Antics – Object laboratory wallpaper
Emerystudio – Lift car custom graphics
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