Emmanuel College Chapel Court Buildings (2010-2012)
As part of the ‘Building the Education Revolution’ stimulus package, this staged project delivered two buildings, together forming a new campus entry and green heart, and ultimately transforming the function and feel of the whole school.
The campus entry is announced by linking the existing library and administration, effectively doubling library space, and offering a portal into the newly formed campus heart, Chapel Court.
Emmanuel College Junior School and Learn to Swim (2014)
This small but complex project replaces an aged toilet block with a 1,320m² two-storey extension of the Junior School. The extension houses new amenities, general flexible learning spaces, and several classrooms equipped specifically for technology, art, science and cooking classes. Circulation routes have been re-planned so that the extension acts as the linking node between three previously isolated buildings and the larger campus pathway network.
Somerset College (Ongoing since 1990)
Hamilton Hayes Henderson has completed ongoing refurbishment and new work for Somerset College as part of an integral masterplan.
Particular work includes the Performing Arts Centre completed in 2002, comprising a 300 seat theatre, four classrooms as well as Music and Drama facilities.
Hope Island Childcare Kids Academy (2015)
This 158 place child care centre provides not only imaginative outdoor play spaces, but also houses a ‘Learn to Swim’ pool and an Out of School Hours care facility for an additional 90 children.
Redleaf School of Early Learning (2008)
The Redleaf School of Early Learning is a child care facility that accommodates 94 young children. The building sits within a natural setting between a park and bushland areas. This contributes to the three learning pedagogies that have influenced the design and which are now practiced within the school; Reggio Emilia, Montessori and the traditional classroom.