PTID designed two new multipurpose learning environments for the University of Melbourne. The Kwong Lee Dow Centre, a multipurpose environment that caters to the needs of students and the university alike by combining student spaces with flexible learning environments. And studioFIVE which is a teaching, research and engagement centre. This project recognises the ways teachers are using space is changed. Architects and educators need to understand what’s driving this change. The project was a rare opportunity to cross over with educational leaders to develop space with best practice in mind. This project is a world first. studioFive is a space that generates pedagogies to meet the needs of 21st century learners and is one of seven international UNESCO Arts Observatories. Both spaces have great innovation in their design, The Kwong Lee Dow Centre was converted from a carpark and studioFIVE is repurposed from an existing office building. Moonshine Agency worked with PTID to produce this video that showcases both locations and highlights the complexity and innovation in the design that make these spaces truly unique.
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