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Two Winners and a Commendation, Education Design

31 October 2016

Authored by Hayball

We thrive on creating great places for students to learn, and are thrilled that three education projects have been honoured at this year’s Learning Environments Australasia* Victorian Chapter Awards for education design excellence.

Dandenong South Primary School, Junior Centre – Winner, Renovation / Modernisation Under $2m
“This project interprets and embodies the objectives of the school in an outstanding manner” – Jury citation

Ave Maria College, The Mary Centre (Aberfeldie) – Winner, Renovation / Modernisation Over $2m (pictured)
“A great example of what can be achieved when educational leadership meets architectural vision.” – Jury citation

Mount Erin Secondary College, DATS Centre (Frankston South) – Commendation, New Individual Facility
“An excellent overview of the impressive range of teaching and learning affordances by the space, for current and future needs.” – Jury citation

We’re convinced that the best design is the result of exploration, research and the open exchange of ideas and different ways of thinking. With our thanks to the schools – we’re gratified by the successful outcomes of collaboration, and that our role in the development of engaging and effective educational practices and activities is recognised with these awards.

* The Association for Learning Environments Australasia was formerly known as CEFPI.