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Architecture: Tamborine Mountain College Science Block

September 15, 2010

Fulton Trotter Architects prepare a small school for more students with a range of new facilities to be completed in a number of stages.

Tamborine Mountain College is a small independent school in North Tamborine. In 2007, the school appointed Fulton Trotter Architects to prepare a masterplan for their school, to accommodate an increase in enrolments from 125 students to 250 students over a number of years. Existing demountable buildings will in time be replaced with new purpose designed buildings to better suit their educational needs.

The new buildings will be constructed in a number of stages, dependent on student enrolments and funding availability. New facilities include a purpose-built science building, library, art and music building, specialist technology spaces, a new administration building and a new sports hall.

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