Designed by John Wardle Architects, The Learning and Teaching Building forms a new gateway to the southern precinct of Monash University Clayton Campus. Open to all students and staff it is designed to further innovative teaching and learning practices.
The building is a physical demonstration of Monash's commitment to their Better Teaching, Better Learning agenda.
The 29,000 m² building over four levels has more than 60 formal and informal learning and teaching spaces that provide an outstanding student-centred learning experience. The new building is home to the Faculty of Education and the Office of the Vice-Provost (Learning and Teaching).
The project also included a new public transport interchange, a 850 space basement car park and new landscape package transforming the southern precinct.
Completed on time and under budget, the building was open in time for the start of Semester 1 2018.
- Project Management
- Tight time-frame
- Early Works
Photo Credit: Glenn Hester
- 2018 Architecture Masterprize: Architectural Design- Educational Buildings
- 2018 Interior Design Excellence Award: Institutional Category
- 2018 AIA National Architecture Awards: National Award for Educational Architecture
- 2018 AIA National Architecture Awards: National Award for Interior Architecture
- 2018 Victorian AIA Awards: Interior Architecture Award
- 2018 Victorian AIA Awards: Educational Architecture Award