As a central focus of a future Junior School precinct, the new GLA building site is directly connected to the sites masterplanned circulation ‘spine’.
The understated exterior of the new building belies a bold yet timeless interior. The projects' flexible learning capability is a direct response to the pedagogical principles on which the College is founded and reflective of the project teams’ desire to provide a high quality setting to deliver these modern teaching methods.
An abundance of natural light spills through the interior via expansive windows and interior glass walling, connecting the built form to its outdoor learning spaces and landscape context. The individual class and group learning areas open into the heart of the building, a generously scaled collaborative area with its spatial capabilities and functional requirements deftly separated using shape, colour, material selection and scale.