HASSELL presents leading university campus design
HASSELL will this week detail two of Australia's most innovative university campus design projects at the 36th Tertiary Education Management Conference to be held in Adelaide, Australia.
On Monday 17 September Mariano De Duonni will provide an insight into the unique student-led design story behind the new $42 million University of Adelaide learning space, Hub Central.
Mariano will present alongside University of Adelaide Programme Director Student e-Experience, Kendra Backstrom.
"Hub Central is a shining example of a student-led approach to design and reflects a fundamental shift in design for tertiary education," said Mariano.
"It responds to a move within higher education toward smaller teaching groups, more intimate group assignments, increased use of video streaming and less formal and face-to-face interaction," he said.
On Wednesday 19 September Mark Roehrs will present the University of Queensland's ambitious Global Change Institute project – one that targets zero energy, zero carbon and zero water.
The Global Change Institute will be one of the first buildings to seek certification in Australia under the Living Building Challenge sustainability criteria.
"This building marks a major shift away from the traditional building as a consumer of resources toward a new generation building that actually contributes toward environmental regeneration," said Mark.
We'll be tweeting from the conference - find us @HASSELL_Studio
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