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Campus Colour Schemes

May 6, 2009
  • Article by Online Editor
  • Photography by Dianna Snape
  • Designer
  • Architect BENT Architecture

The interiors of the existing 1980’s campus buildings were dramatically transformed from repetitive, predominantly grey and rudimentary structures into fresh, engaging teaching and learning environments, reflecting the shift towards more a open learning program. The bold use of colour creates diverse and recognisable zones which assist with way-finding and celebrate the diversity of choice available through the positive experience of the buildings.

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