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RMIT B220 Innovative Workspaces Bundoora, Melbourne
The existing RMIT B220 building has been reconfigured by Hayball, across Levels 1 to 3, to deliver a contemporary and innovative workplace environment that encourages interaction and collaboration, cross-disciplinary connection and connectivity of staff. With a focus on better natural light provision and ventilation, the design of the new academic accommodation reflects RMIT practice to include minimal individual offices, screen semi-enclosed shared workspaces and access to a variety of formal and informal meeting spaces.
In addition to designing new Teaching and Learning (T+L) spaces, more informal learning spaces have been created both of which will be utilised by the School of Education and other academic schools to support multiple modes of learning. These areas also act as a home base for students where they are encouraged to study together outside of formal classes. The introduction of AV and ICT technology across all areas reflects the spectrum of T+L modes that the school promotes in its teaching and provides a stronger sense of identity for the school as a leader in contemporary education practice.
- Interior Design