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“Stronger than before” – Clifton Creek Primary School revived from the ashes of 2020

“Stronger than before” – Clifton Creek Primary School revived from the ashes of 2020

The devastating 2019-2020 bushfires forever changed Australia’s physical and spiritual landscape – especially for rural communities such as Clifton Creek, Victoria. Architecture firm AOA Christopher Peck recently delivered a message of hope to the people of Clifton Creek with the rebuild of its beloved primary school.

Licking the local competition: Studio Roam

Licking the local competition: Studio Roam

While Perth’s Studio Roam chooses to stay consciously small in practice, its vision is big, and its joint ventures lead to even larger outcomes.

Timber, glass and blinds at Macquarie University

Timber, glass and blinds at Macquarie University

Specified at the new Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Verosol Ambience roller blinds are helping the building’s innovative timber structure shine.

Verosol helps usher in change at Macquarie Uni

Verosol helps usher in change at Macquarie Uni

Specified in the new Central Courtyard Building, Verosol blinds are helping create a place in which lessons are learnt and friendships are forged.

Raising the design EQ with Marina Carroll

Raising the design EQ with Marina Carroll

The complexities of modern education projects demand we leave our biases behind and open our ears to those on the edges of the process. We hear from Architectus’ national education sector leader, Marina Carroll.

ThomsonAdsett and Law Architects’ biophilic design delivers the calm in Melbourne’s Wollert Primary School

ThomsonAdsett and Law Architects’ biophilic design delivers the calm in Melbourne’s Wollert Primary School

Former principal at ThomsonAdsett, Sally Brincat, sits down with Leanne Amodeo to discuss the importance of biophilic design in shaping Wollert Primary School, one of the projects featured in Indesign 88: The Education Outlook Issue.

Who will be judging INDE.Awards in 2023?

Who will be judging INDE.Awards in 2023?

In 2023 the INDE.Awards is joined by an exemplary group of architects and designers who form the official INDE.Awards Jury. We introduce you to your Jury for 2023.

Indesign #88 presents new landscapes for learning

Indesign #88 presents new landscapes for learning

The ‘Education Outlook’ issue of Indesign magazine is now on sale! Explore new landscapes for learning, and read our top 10 education design articles.

Embedded in the bushland: Elkhorn Building by m3architecture

Embedded in the bushland: Elkhorn Building by m3architecture

Purposefully engaged with its surrounding landscape, this University of Queensland precinct by m3architecture ensures plants are always the focus.

Four schools in one: Gray Puksand’s masterful plan for Greater Shepparton Secondary College

Four schools in one: Gray Puksand’s masterful plan for Greater Shepparton Secondary College

Bringing four schools into one, Greater Shepparton Secondary College has seen Gray Puksand masterplan an entire campus and modelled a benchmark for future multi-school amalgamations.

m3architecture’s masterful restoration of the Treacy Precinct

m3architecture’s masterful restoration of the Treacy Precinct

Ten years in the making, the restoration of the Treacy Precinct in Boondall, Queensland by m3architecture is well worth the wait.

Lighting design that helps humanise the office

Lighting design that helps humanise the office

How can lighting design help us create human workspaces and harmonise spatial functionality? Willow Aliento reports.