We design education spaces that blur the boundaries between study, work and play. They’re magnets for the best and brightest – places people want to be each day.
UQ Student Central
Our outside-in spaces for The University of Queensland Student Central on Yuggera and Turrbal Country in Brisbane, Australia, bring the holistic student experience into the open. Nature meets nurture where lush sub-tropical landscapes and shady spaces promote connection, inclusion and wellbeing.
First Light Pavilion Visitor’s Centre
Jodrell Bank in the north of England has over 50 years of intergalactic stories to reveal. The new First Light Pavilion cultural centre at Jodrell Bank brings these stories to life for everyone from the most dedicated intergalactic enthusiasts to the more casual stargazers.
Adam Smith Business School
Named for the“father of economics”, the Adam Smith Business School’s aim of developing enlightened, engaged and enterprising graduates who are internationally recognised is given a helping hand from a transformational, state-of-the-art teaching and research building.
ANU Research School of Social Sciences
With higher education institutions competing to attract the best research talent and increase the‘stickiness’ of campuses, The Australian National University’s Research School of Social Sciences (ANU RSSS) is built around fostering a community of shared ideas between research staff and students.
Hassell’s vision for a greener, more connected Uni of Melbourne campus
Hassell’s newly created masterplan for the transformation of the University of Melbourne’s campuses, Estate Master Plan, offers a glimpse and a blueprint into what is to come for the institution’s students and staff and their collective lives on campus.Green corridors, pedestrian-friendly thoroughfares, improved accessibility and enhanced educational spaces characterise much of the Plan, which serves as a tangible commitment to the University’s desire to meet long-term education and research needs. Read the article in Architecture&Design.
Spatial resilience: a post-COVID way of thinking about our university campuses
AUDE (the Association of University Directors of Estates) commissioned Hassell to looks at the way the collective experience of working off-campus during the COVID-19 pandemic has changed attitudes, perceptions and habits in higher education across the world.