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Mixed-use design enhances learning at The Hedberg

Mixed-use design enhances learning at The Hedberg

Designed by LIMINAL Architecture with WOHA, The Hedberg in Tasmania sets the scene for a new way to educate. Welcome to the winner of The Learning Space, INDE.Awards 2022.

INDE.Awards 2022 winners announced!

INDE.Awards 2022 winners announced!

The auditorium was full, the vibe electric and the winners truly outstanding last night at the INDE.Awards Gala. Scroll the Indo Pacific’s most outstanding projects and people, here.

Bean Buro strikes a delicate balance

Bean Buro strikes a delicate balance

This agile, comfortable destination by Bean Buro puts the emphasis on a soothing and encouraging environment – the perfect place for learning about the retail trade.

EcoKid Kindergarten nurtures the next generation of Vietnamese children

EcoKid Kindergarten nurtures the next generation of Vietnamese children

Architecture has the power to impact society and change the way people live. Case in point is EcoKid Kindergarten which encourages holistic learning through environmentally conscious architecture.

Why schools play a critical role in new suburbs

Why schools play a critical role in new suburbs

If schools are the glue of our communities, what are the ‘sticky’ elements every modern school must have? Mark van den Enden of Architectus breaks it down for us.

Learning from tomorrow’s education spaces : Living Edge supports the future of education in our region

Learning from tomorrow’s education spaces : Living Edge supports the future of education in our region

As the Official Partner for the 2018 INDE.Awards, Living Edge continues to support our region’s design prowess in the educational sector.

When four schools come together: Gray Puksand’s masterful plan for Greater Shepparton Secondary College

When four schools come together: 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.