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Exterior of black building with bands of glazing following the curvature of the form. Grass field in foreground and blue and white cloudy sky in the background.
Black curved building with bands of glazing following the curvature of teh form. two walkways at front left and right with patch of green grass in between.
Interior image of large circular staircase that is three storeys tall, yellow columns and soft green seating areas in the foreground.
Interior image taken from second storey looking down over atrium. Large curved white balconies and glass balustrades, with tall yellow columns.

Geoff Handbury Science and Technology Hub at Melbourne Grammar School

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Denton Corker Marshall 2018

Description

Designed by Denton Corker Marshall, the Geoff Handbury Science and Technology Hub at Melbourne Grammar School is an innovative piece of architecture in both performance and appearance. A unique space for learning and teaching, the building supports the scientific and technology-driven investigations carried out by students and encourages creativity, learning and social interaction. The Geoff Handbury Science and Technology Hub was awarded the 2018 AIA Victorian Chapter Award for Educational Architecture.

What's On

This Open House weekend will afford visitors a rare insight into one of the city’s most innovative education environments. The Geoff Handbury Science and Technology Hub is a pinnacle of education architecture—a leading environment for teaching and learning that supports creativity and interaction for both students and teachers.

Representatives from Denton Corker Marshall will be on site to discuss the practice’s approach to designing for pedagogy in a rapidly changing landscape.

Representatives from Melbourne Grammar will be on site to discuss how the design of the facility has positively impacted both students and teachers in the STEM fields.

Images: (1-4) Geoff Handbury Science & Technology Hub, Melbourne Grammar School. All photos: John Gollings

Important Details

Time & Date

Saturday 27 + Sunday 28 July
Open access 11am-3pm
No bookings required

Entry via Gate G at 117 Domain St. The building is on the corner of Domain St and Bromby St.

ACCESSIBILITY

Fully wheelchair accessible

Location

Melbourne Grammar School, 355 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne VIC 3004

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