We are excited to announce our success at the prestigious Design Matters (formerly Building Designers Association of Victoria) Awards hosted at the National Gallery of Victoria on Saturday night.
Crosier Scott took out the award for best Non-Residential Design – New Project for Holmesglen’s Student Hub and Learning Commons building. This follows on from our success in the same category last year for Ego Pharmaceuticals Headquarters.
The Student Hub and Learning Commons building is a landmark project for Holmesglen Institute. Located at their Moorabbin campus, the new facility provides a dynamic and highly activated hub for students as well as a world-class library, concierge, and variety of flexible learning and meeting spaces. The project introduces a vibrant addition to the wider campus, a light-filled, open and accessible structure and adjacent piazza embodying modern student values, embracing collaboration and flexibility, while embedding opportunities for chance encounters, appealing views, and incidental experiences.
We would like to thank our dedicated design team here at Crosier Scott as well as our design consultants, builder, and client Holmesglen Institute whose involvement made this award possible.
Find out more about the project here.
Photography: Jack Lovel
Builder: Raysett Constructions
Client: Holmesglen Institute
Crosier Scott Architects were engaged as the Principal Architects for the modernisation of an existing secondary co-education state school via the implementation of a robust and forward thinking Masterplan. The revamped school was officially opened with a cutting of the ribbon by James Merlino (Education Minister and Deputy Premier), Kate Thwaites (Labor Member for Jagajaga) Vicki Ward (Minister for Eltham).
Our project team of Andrew Koster, Roger Vieth and Carol Vieth were delighted to be part of the official event.