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Far North Queensland Awards honour architectural innovation and community impact

Far North Queensland Awards honour architectural innovation and community impact

The annual Far North Queensland Regional Architecture Awards recently lauded innovative designs characterised by the positive impact of considerate architecture.

Taigu Design, shaping the future of education in China

Taigu Design, shaping the future of education in China

Taigu Design and CEIBS Shenzhen Campus have collaborated to design the first business school in China, signifying a shift in the region’s educational framework.

Building futures: New TAFE NSW facility streamlines entry into construction sector

Building futures: New TAFE NSW facility streamlines entry into construction sector

Gray Puksand’s construction-focused facility at TAFE NSW responds to the critical need for a resilient Australian construction industry.

Nature’s school

Nature’s school

A school in India, designed by Vijay Gupta Architects, showcases the importance of the natural world by engaging and educating the young.

Comment: Encouraging children to thrive in sustainable and inclusive outdoor classrooms

Comment: Encouraging children to thrive in sustainable and inclusive outdoor classrooms

Hamish Dounan, Director of Sydney-based landscape architecture studio, CONTEXT, shares his insights on the possibilities of outdoor learning in education design.

Community, adaptability and a proud heritage at Hayball’s Scientia Terrace

Community, adaptability and a proud heritage at Hayball’s Scientia Terrace

With emphases on context, place, STEM and social value, Hayball has created a thriving educational environment in North Sydney.

Adaptive reuse wins the day at BVN’s UQ Brisbane City

Adaptive reuse wins the day at BVN’s UQ Brisbane City

BVN’s redesign of this heritage site has created a new city campus in Brisbane featuring a varied range of functional spaces and long-term flexibility.

New schools rule: 7 ground-breaking education designs

New schools rule: 7 ground-breaking education designs

In no particular order, we bring you some of the most inspiring, unique and unusual recent projects across education design that have also featured in the INDE.Awards.

First look: Architectus unveils preliminary design concepts for UNE Tamworth Campus

First look: Architectus unveils preliminary design concepts for UNE Tamworth Campus

The University of New England (UNE) recently hosted a community reveal of Architectus’ initial vision for the proposed Tamworth campus. We walk you through the update.

Meadowbank Tafe poised to become central hub of skills-based learning

Meadowbank Tafe poised to become central hub of skills-based learning

Australia’s first tertiary campus with the facilities to host both trade and digital skills-based education under one roof is now complete. Designed and delivered by Gray Puksand, the campus is ready to address Australia’s skills shortages.

Case study: Biophilic design tactics in Australian school design

Case study: Biophilic design tactics in Australian school design

More relevant than ever, biophilia has become a centrepiece of education design. Speaking with Lyons, ThomsonAdsett, Capral, Krause and more, we gain insight into the best products and smartest approaches dissolving the boundaries between inside and out.

“From council car park to vertical campus”: Bankstown City Campus by HDR

“From council car park to vertical campus”: Bankstown City Campus by HDR

HDR, in collaboration with Walker Corporation and Lyons, has designed Western Sydney University’s new 26,500 square metre vertical Bankstown City Campus as part of a $340M investment in the area.