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Old October 25th, 2019, 07:20 AM   #1
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Projects & Discussion | NSW | Education Facilities

There doesn't seem to be a general thread for new education facilities. This can be for any developments at Universities, High Schools and Primary Schools throughout NSW.

Here's Alexandria Park Community School on Monday.





The finished product.



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Old October 29th, 2019, 04:18 AM   #2
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September 2019 timelapse video update on Cleveland St High School construction


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3XN, Aspect design new ‘heart’ of UNSW’s Kensington campus

A proposed mixed-use building at UNSW Sydney is intended to become the new ceremonial and civic heart of the campus, under a design proposal by Danish architecture practice 3XN and Australian landscape architecture firm Aspect Studios.



It will also adjacent to the Clancy Auditorium, which was recently refurbished to a design by Lahznimmo Architects.

The exterior of the building will comprise a series of frames that break down the scale of the building. It also include a series of “playful, stepping forms” in the podium and tower that intersect with glazed spaces.





Externally, the project will have integrated landscape elements that fold up from existing library lawn to create an extended landscape, including self-led and spontaneous learning scenarios around High Street, Library Lawn and in transitional spaces.


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Pretty impressive - have to hope it becomes a reality.

The lowrise could set a pattern for apartment buildings. Make a change from some of the very predictable predominantly 6+1 boxes ordained by the CoS with seemingly vengeful determination.
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I’ve been trying to find out how the sharing of Prince Alfred park with the new inner Sydney High school would work. Does this mean part of the park would be fenced off during school hours?
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Just about topped out at 13 or 14 in box

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I’ve been trying to find out how the sharing of Prince Alfred park with the new inner Sydney High school would work. Does this mean part of the park would be fenced off during school hours?
It's a high school, so there shouldn't be any need for that. It's not like there were any fenced grounds in its existence as Cleveland St Intensive English or Cleveland St Boys.
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Hmmm. The new building is on the former playground. Besides basketball courts planned for the top of the low rise section,there is only quite a small space on one level on the northern side of the building for recreation. I suppose time will tell and most students will probably be glued to their phones anyway....
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There was a very unappealing 1970s building of 3 storeys (?) there.

You seem to need to find issues to fret about. Stay calm, mate. All will be resolved, one way or another.
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Hey Brizer- no fretting here. Only posing a question....
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