Part of the Building the Education Revolution project, this multipurpose hall at a Catholic education school will reliably provide a valuable space for students and teachers for years to come.
Featuring a covered outdoor area with seating for parents and visitors this covered space will be used for sports, assemblies and general gatherings.
Its Bathurst Island location, north of Darwin, was an important design consideration – with the final product featuring a portal frame structure with metal cladding and masonry walls for a robust structure that will withstand the Top End’s weather.
Bold and distinctive colours lend the building a cheerful, contemporary appearance, and creates an enticing space for encouraging learning and socialising. High windows and large doors ensure maximum airflow and account for fire safety requirements.