• Domremy College Nano Nagle Learning Centre wins Educational Architecture Award at the AIA NSW Architecture Awards

    06 July 2022

    We are thrilled to share that the Nano Nagle Learning Centre at Domremy College was recognised at the 2022 AIA NSW Architecture Awards as a winner in the Educational Architecture category.

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  • Domremy College Nano Nagle Learning Centre awarded in LEA NSW Chapter Awards

    20 January 2022

    We are pleased to share that Hayball’s  Domremy College, Nano Nagle Learning Centre was announced a winner in Learning Environments (Australasia) NSW + ACT Chapter Awards, category New Construction / Individual New Facility Over $ 8 million.

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  • Dynamic Projects Reinventing Education and Design

    01 July 2021

    Braemar College, Stage 1 Middle School and Caulfield Grammar School, The Learning Project have been featured in ArchDaily’s round up of dynamic projects reinventing education and design.

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  • INDESIGNLIVE, asks, Is Queensland the education design capital of Australia?

    28 June 2021

    The AIA’s 2021 Queensland Architecture Awards winners demonstrate strong investment and innovation in educational design throughout the state. Our project Indooroopilly State High School Six Full Cohorts (6FC) Building received a Commendation in the Educational Architecture category.

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  • Melbourne Design Week: Extended Schedule 8 April – 1 May 2021

    30 March 2021

    We are pleased to share that our installation, Spaces Speak, Are You Listening? will remain open and open to the public beyond Melbourne Design Week.

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  • Fiona Young and Dani Martin question: How should school spaces reflect gender?

    27 January 2021

    Fiona and Dani explore how should school spaces reflect gender in a contributing article for Architecture Australia’s Dossier ‘Gender Matters’. Originally published in Architecture Australia September / October 2020 issue.

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  • Richmond High School Receives Commendation, Australian Institute of Architects Victorian Architecture Awards 2020

    11 July 2020

    “Richmond High School is a model for high-density educational design that addresses the realities of urban densification, utilising a compact site vastly smaller than typical high schools. The building encapsulates the school’s pedagogical philosophy…

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  • Monte Sant’Angelo Mercy College featured in Architecture AU

    14 May 2020

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  • Richmond High School Shortlisted for Educational Architecture

    12 May 2020

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  • Prestigious Architectural Honours for Education Design

    07 November 2019

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  • 2019 Australian Urban Design Awards Winner: Ferrars Street Education and Community Precinct by Hayball and Tract

    30 October 2019

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  • Celebrating Another Win for Braemar College

    22 July 2019

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  • Hayball Celebrates with Five Wins at the LEA Awards

    07 June 2019

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  • Hayball is featured in Architecture Technique Journal

    01 May 2019

    Globally, schools are transitioning towards contemporary teaching and learning practices and as such, constructing new environments to support these pedagogies. Traditional design processes and methodologies must evolve to enable the navigation of such complex…

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  • Richmond High School Is Back, Better Than Ever

    06 March 2019

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  • Two Schools

    24 October 2018

    This month we are showcasing two very different schools that have recently welcomed students to brand new purpose-built facilities. Although these two projects were of divergent scale and located in contrasting environments, they share…

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  • Mooroopna Kinder Opens It’s (New) Doors

    04 July 2018

    Hayball’s latest pro-bono design project, The Mooroopna Kindergarten for Save The Children, officially opened last month complete with an inspiring smoking ceremony. This important project satisfies the dual ambitions of significantly improving the provision…

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  • Educator for an Hour: Why Hayball is sending architects back to school

    07 March 2018

    While educators understand basic design principles, many architects are unaware of the fundamentals of learning. Creating world-class education environments requires an in-depth understanding of how they work – something not always prioritised in the…

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