south melbourne primary

south melbourne primary

Rising to a height of six storeys is Victoria’s first vertical state school, whose key innovation is the unprecedented integration of shared school and community facilities. An outstanding and highly awarded project, this government primary school for 525 students, also  includes an early learning centre, maternal and child health centre, multi-purpose community rooms and indoor and outdoor multi-purpose sports courts.

Hayball chose modulyss Opposite 907 with its light and neutral palette to complement the finishes in this exciting learning environment.

Awards

2019 Australian Urban Design Awards, Award: Winner Built Projects – Local and Neighbourhood Scale

2020 City of Port Phillip Design and Development Awards, Commendation, Sustainability

2020 City of Port Phillip Design and Development Awards

2019 Learning Environments Australasia (LEA), Australasian Region Awards, Overall Winner

2019 Learning Environments Australasia (LEA), Australasian Region Awards, Winner, New Construction / Entire New Educational Facility

2018 Association for Learning Environments, LE Solutions, James D MacConnell Award

2018 Victorian School Design Awards – Winner – Ministerial Award for Best Use of Inclusive Design

2018 Learning Environments Australasia, Victorian Awards – Winner – New Construction / Entire New Educational Facility

2018 The Urban Developer Awards – Winner – Excellence in Design Innovation

2016 World Architecture Festival Awards – Future Project of the Year, Winner

2016 World Architecture Festival Awards – Education, Future Projects, Category Winner

Project name: South Melbourne Primary School
Location: Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Architect: Hayball Architects
Brand: Modulyss Carpet Tile
Range/s: Opposite
Format: 50cm x 50 cm Tile
Colour/s: 912
Photographer: Dianna Snape Photography
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