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Monash University Learning and Teaching Building

Education, Urban & Masterplanning

Monash University Learning and Teaching Building

Stage

CURRENT
COMPLETE

The result of a competitive design tender facilitated by CityLab, the Learning and Teaching Building is a multi-faculty learning facility that serves a significant proportion of the student teaching load.

Monash University’s Learning and Teaching Building is the new gateway to the Clayton campus from Wellington Road. The built outcome of this procurement process is a visually inspiring, world-class learning environment, designed to accommodate and enhance new learning experiences and engage with the campus’ landscapes.

The building has received numerous awards, including the National Award for Educational Architecture (AIA National Awards 2018), the National Award for Interior Architecture (AIA National Awards 2018), the Award for Interior Architecture (AIA Vic Awards 2018) and the Award for Educational Architecture (AIA Vic Awards 2018).

The winner of this competition is John Wardle Associates.

State

Victoria

Country

Wurundjeri Country and Boonwurrung Country

Client

Monash University

Project type

EOI

Competition Winners

John Wardle Architects

Jury (titles at time of engagement)

Dr. Alan Finkel

Neuroscientist, Engineer and Entrepreneur

Kieran Wong

Director, CODA Architects

Prof. Margaret Gardner

AO Vice‐Chancellor, Monash University

Rob McGauran

Director, MGS Architects

Russell Elliott

Vice President, Services, Monash University

Shane Murray

Dean, Art, Design & Architecture, Monash University

Awards

National Award for Educational and Architecture, 2018 National Architecture Awards

National Award for Interior Architecture, 2018 National Architecture Awards

Architectural Design Award, Educational Buildings, 2018 Architecture MasterPrize (AMP)

Award for Interior Architecture, 2018 Victorian Architecture Awards

Award for Educational Architecture, 2018 Victorian Architecture Awards

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