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.