Atrium project commences at Norwest Christian College

February 18, 2021 | Projects
Atrium project commences at Norwest Christian College

Paynter Dixon has started building work on an exciting new educational facility catering for the academic needs of students at Norwest Christian College.

This follows 18-months of creative design development between College Executives and Paynter Dixon’s experienced architectural design team.

The two-storey atrium will include multiple open collaboration areas, eight classrooms (studios) and a 150-seat lecture theatre.

Paynter Dixon General Manager of Education, Community and Design Architect Matthew Greene said there will be a wealth of different learning spaces for students.

“The design is based on a contemporary learning model so there’s a number of open collaboration areas for the students to choose from,” Mr Greene said.

“After explicit classroom learning, students will come out onto a learning street (open learning space) which overlooks the atrium space.”

The project is due for completion in January next year.

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