College of Law, Australian National University - Canberra
Projects / Educational / Heritage / Interiors
Client Australian National University
Australian Institute of Architecture – ACT Chapter Awards 2020
- Educational Architecture – Enrico Taglietti Award
- Interior Architecture – Award
- Sustainable Architecture – Commendation
The College of Law is a highly regarded faculty at the Australian National University. Three distinctive linked buildings form a part of the heritage campus of the University enclosing a common college courtyard.
The College of Law is expanding and required a full renovation of the nearly 8000m² of original building to improve facilities and increase capacity as well as 2000m² of additional teaching facilities to further the education offering of the college. This includes a new state of the art expandable Moot Court with flexible teaching spaces, student hub link to existing lecture theatres, social and collaborative spaces for students and a revitalised courtyard for ceremony and leisure.
The new development of the College of Law is intended to reaffirm the existing built heritage, incorporating state of the art teaching facilities, social spaces, academic offices and corporate facilities lifting the facilities to a level expected of a highly regarded University and College.