We place the students’ experience at the centre of our work. We design education environments that strengthen relationships, sustain our communities and support us as individuals. Our aim is to give students a more connected experience and to build a community of learners.
This approach leads to higher student retention, a stronger sense of community and a vibrant campus life. We design our schools and universities to be flexible and to adapt to changes in teaching and learning models. We consider all spaces on campus as opportunities for learning and use embedded technology to support the learning experience wherever a student is.
University of Sunshine Coast, K1 Performing Arts Building
The proposed building will house the School of Communications and Creative Industries, in particular the Drama and Music programs.
It is envisaged the new building will be a key piece in the development of a Cultural Hub for the campus with the Art Gallery and Town Centre.
St. Andrew's Anglican College
“The focus has shifted towards student-centred learning, as opposed to concentrating on teachers and their classrooms. The Hub has given students a real sense of ownership of the space and their learning,”
Hamilton Wilson, Managing Director
QUT Science Engineering Centre
The initial brief for the QUT SEC project was deliberately not well defined in order for the opportunities to be as flexible as possible. Wilson Architects worked closely with various user groups to develop prototypes and research the spaces before completion.
James Cook University Education Central
JCU provides students with a diverse range of study spaces and a strong sense of community. The project won the prestigious 2014 CEFPI International Project of Distinction award among many others.