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  • Specialist Roles Promotions 2021

    03 December 2021

    Hayball is proud to announce the promotion of three integral staff members, in recognition of the specialist roles they provide in supporting our business.

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    • Practice
    • Research

    From AfterSchool to CommonCampus

    28 October 2021

    Earlier this year, Fiona Young and Natalia Krysiak led AfterSchool, an architectural masters studio at the University of Technology Sydney which explored a new typology for school. Together, with their eighteen students, they investigated how learning environments could be reconceptualised to become more connected and networked entities within the urban realm.

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    • Seniors Living
    • Awards

    Avenue Rise Apartments Recognised in Australia’s International Good Design Awards for Design Excellence

    11 October 2021

    We are pleased to share that Hayball’s  Avenue Rise Apartments received a prestigious Good Design Award Winner Accolade in the Architectural Design category in recognition for outstanding design and innovation.

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    • Media
    • Education Design

    Dynamic Projects Reinventing Education and Design

    01 July 2021

    Braemar College, Stage 1 Middle School and Caulfield Grammar School, The Learning Project have been featured in ArchDaily’s round up of dynamic projects reinventing education and design.

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    • Media
    • Awards
    • Education Design

    INDESIGNLIVE, asks, Is Queensland the education design capital of Australia?

    28 June 2021

    The AIA’s 2021 Queensland Architecture Awards winners demonstrate strong investment and innovation in educational design throughout the state. Our project Indooroopilly State High School Six Full Cohorts (6FC) Building received a Commendation in the Educational Architecture category.

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    • Awards
    • Student Accommodation

    Project 100, Trinity College Student Accommodation Receives the Top Honour for Residential Architecture – Multiple Housing at the 2021 Australian Institute of Architects VIC Chapter Awards

    21 June 2021

    We are pleased to share that Hayball’s Project 100, Trinity College Student Accommodation received The Best Overend Award for Residential Architecture – Multiple Housing at the 2021 AIA VIC Chapter Awards, the highest accolade in the category.

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    • Media

    Alba Hot Springs featured in Broadsheet

    17 June 2021

    One of our most highly anticipated projects, Alba Hot Springs is marked as a relaxation destination by Melbourne Editor, Tomas Telegramma.

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    • Practice

    GL[E]AM 2021

    24 May 2021

    We are delighted to announce the launch of our 2021 GL[E]AM forum program.

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    • Education Design
    • Practice

    Melbourne Design Week: Extended Schedule 8 April – 1 May 2021

    30 March 2021

    We are pleased to share that our installation, Spaces Speak, Are You Listening? will remain open and open to the public beyond Melbourne Design Week.

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    • Culture

    Celebrating People, Projects, Culture – Hayball Promotions 2021

    10 March 2021

    Hayball is pleased to announce leadership promotions across the national practice, naming two new Principals, three Senior Associates and 10 Associates across its Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney studios.

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    • Practice
    • Sustainability

    Hayball is now proudly Carbon Neutral

    09 February 2021

    As a signatory of Architects Declare, Hayball shared a commitment with thousands of architects in Australia and around the world to going carbon neutral in 2020.

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    • Practice

    Our COVID-19 Response & Safe Work Plan

    02 February 2021

    Hayball continues to respond to the coronavirus pandemic as it evolves, taking a precautionary approach aligned with government and health authority advice.

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    • Education Design
    • Research

    Fiona Young and Dani Martin question: How should school spaces reflect gender?

    27 January 2021

    Fiona and Dani explore how should school spaces reflect gender in a contributing article for Architecture Australia’s Dossier ‘Gender Matters’. Originally published in Architecture Australia September / October 2020 issue.

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    • Practice

    Hayball Appoints Sarah Buckeridge as New Co-Managing Director

    18 November 2020

    Today, Hayball announces a change in its leadership team; Sarah Buckeridge will join current Managing Director, Tom Jordan, who has been in the role since 2008, as Co-Managing Director.

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    • Awards

    2020 City of Port Phillip 2020 Design and Development Awards

    18 September 2020

    The Ferrars Street Education and Community Precinct took the top honour at the City of Port Phillip 2020 Design and Development Awards — winning the Non-Residential Development Award of Excellence, and receiving a Commendation in the Sustainability category.

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  • Our COVID-19 Response & Safe Work Plan

    31 July 2020

    First and foremost, on behalf of everyone at Hayball, we hope you are holding up in these very challenging circumstances. Hayball, as with all Australians, continues to respond to the coronavirus pandemic as it…

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    • Awards
    • Education Design

    Richmond High School Receives Commendation, Australian Institute of Architects Victorian Architecture Awards 2020

    11 July 2020

    “Richmond High School is a model for high-density educational design that addresses the realities of urban densification, utilising a compact site vastly smaller than typical high schools. The building encapsulates the school’s pedagogical philosophy…

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    • Seniors Living
    • Media

    Principal Wei Yap, Ooi sits down with Architectural Review to discuss the evolving Seniors Living market

    15 June 2020

    Ageing is inevitable and, as more and more of us do so, its costs, and social and personal impacts have become big issues. How far is it possible to take the age out of…

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