Guymer Bailey Architects：金伯利学院灵活学习区是州政府将七年级学生迁移到高中的举措的一部分，旨在培养该学院进步的教学理念，即通过课程教学、学生合作和与周围环境的接触来实现教育学习。
Guymer Bailey Architects：Built to accommodate Year Seven students as part of the state government initiative to migrate year seven into high school, the Kimberley College Flexible Learning Area has been designed to foster the College’s progressive teaching philosophy that learning is achieved through curriculum teaching, student collaboration and engagement with the surrounding environment.
The building’s architecture reflects this philosophy by combining adaptable indoor learning spaces with flexible outdoor spaces, large enough for full class groups, giving students many varied opportunities for interaction, performance, collaboration and connection to nature. The Learning Area includes four flexible double learning areas, associated teachers’ offices, small group rooms, storage areas and ancillary workrooms.
Located in natural bushland with selective clearing required for the new build, Guymer Bailey Architects employed a variety of sustainability principles to create a stimulating learning environment with minimal ecological impact. Built from locally sourced materials where possible, the Learning Area features rainwater harvesting, on-site sewer treatment, high performance glazing, a weather station and building management system, and zoned energy efficient lighting with movement sensor operation.
项目团队: Phil Jackson, Scott Schindel, Joel Sim, David Toussaint
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Project team：Phil Jackson, Scott Schindel, Joel Sim, David Toussaint
Photography：Scott Burrows Photography
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