设计单位 John Wardle Architects、NADAAA
项目地点 Parkville Campus, Melbourne, Australia
The new building for the Melbourne School of Design at The University of Melbourne has been designed to accommodate students and staff from the Faculty of Architecture Building and Planning and to encourage the development of research projects in collaboration with other Faculties. Located in the centre of the historic core of the University’s Parkville campus, the Melbourne School of Design has been created as a building in the round in response to surrounding heritage buildings, landscapes, and key campus streetscapes.
Occupying six levels the facility includes a series of studio spaces, a studio hall and atrium, lecture theatres, a library, exhibition spaces, specialist workshop spaces and the integration of two significant historical elements, the 1856 Bank of NSW facade and the Japanese Room. The building serves as a hub for undergraduate and graduate education, enabling critical interdisciplinary exploration into issues of sustainability in built environments through its external structure and internal design. The building itself is a laboratory for experimentation and research.
Each elevation and its associated programmatic adjacencies respond to the specifics of their context through the creation of urban spaces that emphasise both occupation, interaction, and pedestrian movements. Responding to historic bookends to the east and west of the site and the opening up of activities at the building perimeter. A transparent ground plane opens up the building to passers-by and encourages further engagement between the building and the broader campus community.
The major themes of the building brief were Built Pedagogy, the Studio, the Academic Environment and The Living Building. The building is explanatory in its operation and architecture, revealing a logic of construction layers as a pedagogical tool. Building systems are exposed, construction layers are pulled apart and elements like windows and partitions are operable.
In exploring Built Pedagogy, the building reveals through its composition, material make-up, experience, structural and services systems, that built form and matter has the ability to teach and to ‘produce knowledge’. The spatial layout of the administrative and faculty offices and the teaching studios is interwoven, bringing the disciplines of architecture, building, urbanism, and landscape architecture into a more active contact, and collaborative participation with each other. The new academic environment encourages collaboration and dialogue between peers, providing a range of workspaces. The floor plate profile creates small villages of academic workspace within the overall community of the building.
Designed in close collaboration with the consultant team , the Melbourne School of Design has achieved a 6-Star Green Star Education (v1) rating (design) through the incorporation of good passive design principles, passive solar design, solar responsive facade systems, mixed mode natural ventilation, the incorporation of cross flow ventilation, a passive thermal ventilation stack within the studio hall, the use of renewable building materials such as LVL beams and coffers and zinc screens resulting in reduced embodied energy.
Architecture Practice: John Wardle Architects and NADAAA in Collaboration
Client/Owner: University of Melbourne
Location: Parkville Campus, Melbourne, Australia
Procurement: Design Competition
Type of Building: Education / Public
Project duration: 2009 – 2014
Gross Floor area (GFA): 15,772m2
Sustainability Rating: 6-Star Green Star Education (v1) rating (design); 5-Star Green Star Education (v1) rating (as built)
Architect John Wardle Architects, Australia
John Wardle, Stefan Mee (Principals-in-Charge); Meaghan Dwyer (Senior Associate); Stephen Georgalas (Project Manager); Bill Krotiris, Andy Wong, Jasmin Williamson, Adam Kolsrud, Alex Peck, Barry Hayes, Jeff Arnold, Amanda Moore, James Loder, Danny Truong, Stuart Mann, Meron Tierney, Kenneth Wong, Sharon Crabb, Yohan Abhayaratne, Rebecca Wilkie, Ben Sheridan, Giorgio Marfella, Kirrilly Wilson, Elisabetta Zanella, Goran Sekuleski, James Stephenson, Adrian Bonaventura, Genevieve Griffiths, Michael Barraclough, Matthew Browne, Maria Bauer, Anja Grant (team)
Architect NADAAA, USA
Nader Tehrani (Principal-in-Charge); John Chow (Project Manager); Arthur Chang (Design Coordinator); Katie Faulkner, James Juricevich, Parke MacDowell, Marta Guerra Pastrián, Tim Wong, Ryan Murphy, Ellee Lee, Kevin Lee, Rich Lee (team)
Construction Team: Brookfield Multiplex Constructions
Mechanical Engineer: Aurecon
Structural Engineer: Irwin Consult
Electrical Engineer: Aurecon
Civil Engineer: Irwin Consult
Geotechnical Engineer: Douglas Partners Pty Ltd
Project Manager: Aurecon Project Management
Quantity Surveyor: Rider Levett Bucknall
Building Services Engineering and Sustainability (ESD) consultancy: Umow Lai Building Sustainability Commissioning Agent: AG Coombs
Building Certifier: Mckenzie Group
Accessibility Consultant: One Group ID Consulting
Acoustic Consultant: Aecom
Landscape Architect: Oculus
Lighting Designer: Electrolight
Heritage Architects: RBA Architects and Conservation Consultants
Audio Visual: AVDEC
Traffic Engineering: Cardno Melbourne
Wayfinding: Buro North
Photographer: Peter Bennetts, Nils Koenning
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