The Woodside Building for Technology and Design is one of the most efficient and innovative teaching facilities of its type in the world which enables students to learn from the services, performance and physical design of the building.
750 Collins Street Monash College Docklands Campus enables Monash College to consolidate a suite of its geographically dispersed teaching facilities from Clayton, Caulfield and City buildings into a central campus in the Melbourne CBD.
The new Chancellery at Monash’s Clayton campus provides modern, contemporary spaces with advanced technology for improved collaboration, innovation and engagement across the Monash community, with an emphasis on high performance and sustainability.
The new Northern Pavilion at Clayton delivers an exemplary, accessible venue – comprising high-quality sporting function spaces and associated services – that continues to transform the sporting precinct to meet the formal sporting and recreational needs of the Monash community.
Mathematics Learning Centre
The maths learning centre underwent a major transformation to provide more than 250 learning and teaching seating spaces, alongside a new dedicated maths learning centre.
Monash Robotic laboratories are aligned to a pedestrianised and student activated streetscape which will transform the ‘Engineering Spine’ into a dynamic and integrated outdoor space.
Guided by the Monash Clayton Retail and Activation Strategy, XO provides a food offering that complements others on campus. It is also a relaxed sanctuary for informal study, working meetings, seminars and events.
Originally conceived as part of the University's founding campus vision, this key ceremonial landscape has been re-imagined in a contemporary interpretation of its original modernist design. Project Sheet coming soon.