On a mission to untangle the expanse of researched models and theories, Fulton Trotter Architects hosted Part II of our DAZED OR DAZZLING forum series, this time uniting a range of educational experts. Our speakers shared ideas on innovative approaches to the changing environments of learning institutions in order to design a brighter future.
Fulton Trotter Architects were engaged by St Patrick’s College, Campbelltown to develop a new Master Plan for their campus. The resulting Master Plan celebrates the gardens and green spaces around the campus – in particular the oval, or ‘Village Green’ space at the centre of the site.
Fulton Trotter Architects has worked with Ambrose Treacy College for the past 10 years, and we are very proud to share the recently completed Senior School Precinct. This is the third stage of the Senior School Master Plan developed with the College. The Senior Precinct comprises of three educational buildings each with their own character and linked along the leafy ridgeline of the site.
Fulton Trotter Architects have been working with the college for almost 10 years, commencing with the development of the Master Plan in 2010. Since then six additional stages have been completed, successfully creating a community of buildings which are non-institutional in character.
On the 27th of June, the AIA hosted their first event organised by the Gender Equity Committee QLD titled “Flexibility- We’re doing it- why aren’t you?”
Along with over 100 other audience members, we had the pleasure of watching Director, Katerina Dracopoulos represent Fulton Trotter as one of four keynote speakers from local Architectural practices of varying sizes.
The title theme of our forum was…Dazed or Dazzling: How Will our Elders Live? So lets start there… or to make it more personal ‘how would you like to live, when you get there? Because lets face it, we are all getting older and the time will come.
And perhaps the more important question is… ‘How would you like to die?’
From the desk of Nathan Hildebrandt, Director
Over the years I have worked on projects where we have encountered the need to sift through countless documents and drawings that clients have stored in drawers or on hard drives or servers.
An eight metre high climbing wall features prominently in the newly completed humanities and physical education centre at Faith Lutheran College (FLC), Plainland, situated in the picturesque Lockyer Valley, Queensland.