Jim-Baa-Yer (JBY) is a student resource centre for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, located in the Mary Glowery building at 115 Victoria Parade, Melbourne. In 2019, the Australian Catholic University (ACU) selected Hatz to redesign the existing JBY centre to help improve student engagement and increase its visibility. The functional brief for this project was…Read More
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New pedagogical and spatial models of tertiary education are seeing the demise of the traditional lecture theater. Many tiered lecture theaters will be replaced with collaborative flat-floored multi-function learning environments. These new types of flat floor spaces allow for students to both engage with the lecturers and tutors and to interact with fellow students -…Read More
UoM Scoreboard Pavilion incorporates a Hatz-designed steel framing supporting system for the new Bluevane digital scoreboard. The pavilion form is both old and new, taking clues from the adjacent heritage pavilions and Modernist architecture. Built from folded plate steel and finished in weather resistant epoxy paints, this pavilion will resist the extreme elements of this weather exposed…Read More
The existing student spaces and the computer lab on level 2 of the David Caro South physic building were successfully converted into a contemporary offices. The refurbishment involves designing shared hotdesk workspaces across level 2 with private offices and meeting rooms for postgraduates and masters researchers. Improvements of the central mechanical system by WSP engineerings provides…Read More
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