Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus

Education

The architectural concept of Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus is about the form, function, environment and art. It is exciting for students’ architecturally and is a fundamental design shift from institutional centric to non-hierarchical democratic spaces where the students love to be instead of having to be.

It’s a Modern Tropical concept. Modern defines the architectural language by the use of clean lines, light forms and materials as forward looking concept. Tropical means the use of the architecture to respond to the environment by employing passive, natural cooling system and sustainable criteria to shape and mould the built environment.

Environmentally, the concept has emphasised on passive sustainable green design focusing on practical knowledge rather than technology. High on the environment list is the rehabilitation of the wasteland if an
ex-mining pond and dump site into a productive university if you want to teach our children about looking after the world.

Completion year

2009

Services

Full Architectural

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