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The Melbourne School of Design, Victoria, Australia by John Wardle Architects and NADAAA – 2014

The Atrium is the heart of the building. Cutting over four levels with a beautiful faceted timber ceiling, the atrium allows natural light to flood the space below. The entire building is designed as an education tool, with its exposed structures and materials giving insight into fabrication and construction techniques.
 
Custom designed ‘spider’ pendants sit harmoniously in the space, providing functional illumination to the atrium. The design of theses luminaires incorporates simple, repeated elements and multiple LED light sources to create a comfortable working environment.
 
The entire building is designed as an education tool, with its exposed structures and materials giving insight into fabrication and construction techniques. The environmental performance of the building is also part of its teaching tools. It acts as a large scale laboratory, monitoring energy consumption through sensors as well as enabling the testing of emerging technologies. It has been given a 6-star Green Star rating by GBCA for its design and is also the first education building to be awarded 10 Green Star innovation credits.
 
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