Cohen Leigh has recently completed Rix Road, an early learning centre whose design language allows architecture to generate childhood exploration and experimentation Cohen Leigh was established in 1987, and since then has developed a preference for taking on educational and civic projects with gusto. Over the past 10 years, the firm narrowed its attention towards […]
“Currently all the indoor play experiences for kids are pretty feral. Everyone’s on red cordial, running around, there is screaming and lots of noise. They’re high octane. Manic is probably a good word for it. So the client had this idea for creating a new kind of experience that would be different. Pretty much the antithesis of the current model.”
Danielle is a current student of the 300-point Master of Architecture program, which is for students who studied a prior degree outside the built environment disciplines (career changers), at Melbourne School of Design (MSD).
Dr. Caroline Vains, lecturer and project leader, discusses the Guesthouse – a student project that works to highlight the migrant experience while creating a place of welcome, developed in collaboration with the local migrant community and Christof Mayer of raumlabor.berlin.