We understand how to design flexible, quality housing that is cost-effective and appealing. Our multi-residential projects create a sense of community and identity whether they be student housing, senior living projects, refurbishments or new builds.
Well-designed student accommodation that combines ‘living and learning’ sits at the heart of strong university communities. In the same way, we design our other multi-residential projects to meet the needs of the people who will live there and the business objectives of
Multi-residential accommodation needs to be comfortable, attractive and functional, often in a very compact space. We know how to provide the practical necessities such as ample storage options and good ventilation in a beautiful environment. We combine this with our ability to give the illusion of space, and create a feeling of luxury while working within budgetary and operational requirements.
Living & Learning eBite
“We developed the living & learning model to remind us that student accommodation should give equal weight in all considerations to the integration of supported learning, as well as the traditional benefits of creating life long social friendships.” Hamilton Wilson, Wilson Architects
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Issue 5: Living & Learning
UQ Student Residences Project
The Student Residences Project will combine 'living and learning' with quality, self-catered student accommodation on the St Lucia campus. The accommodation will include single rooms with en suites in cluster apartments, and self-contained studio apartments for 1,300 students.
King's College Wensley Wing
The design of the Wensley Wing creates four small communities of students each with a living room/lounge and group study space.
St. Catherine's College, Indigenous Student Accommodation
“The design truly creates the sense of one giant family living and learning together.”
— Fiona Crowe, Head of College