Education Precinct Building  

Queensland University of Technology

Wilson Architects and Scandinavian firm Henning Larsen Architects have joined forces to design QUT’s new Education Precinct. The project will be a model for educational precincts internationally and will set a new benchmark for contemporary and sustainable design.

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Currently under construction, the building for the QUT Education Faculty promotes a memorable place that leverages off the strong connections with the Campus Library and the Campus Spine to emphasise a highly visible, large, interconnected, terraced space enabling intuitive wayfinding and a highly visibly connection into the Library.

Spaces are dynamically flexible where students can find their unique place to study and collaborate. The physical framework will inspire a variety of study spaces, and interdisciplinary collaboration by incorporating distinctive and inspiring spatial environments which will stimulate informal interactions.

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Natural light and incorporating nature responds to the climate of Brisbane and creates an unequalled facility for QUT. A covered internal garden space enhances the use of the space in all weather conditions, providing a sanctuary from the summer heat and comfort during the winter months.

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It is series of interconnected spaces that can be used as informal student spaces, an incidental amphitheatre, student social space, an event space, a student hub, a garden, a learning commons, a focal student community space - a memorable place for the campus.

Extensive landscaping will create a new pedestrian hub for the campus and strong connections with the Kelvin Grove community. Wilson Architects + Henning Larsen Architects are partnering with Taylor Cullity Lethlean (TCL), Australia’s pre-eminent landscape architects, to collaborate this part of the project.

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This project will be a flagship and transformative development for QUT, offering new teaching and learning opportunities in a stimulating and sustainable world-class environment
— Hamilton Wilson, Managing Director - Wilson Architects


Complete March 2019


Project Value

Wilson Architects +
Henning Larsen Architects
in Association, with Taylor Cullity Lethlean (TCL)

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