BGS Lilley Centre

BGS Lilley Centre

The Brisbane Grammar School’s new integrated learning facility, The Lilley Centre, represents a significant transformative physical, symbolic and pedagogical shift. Physically and Symbolically the library has gone from a difficult to access and remote space into a building which engages with the school and city. Pedagogically the new building now responds to the change in student study behaviour and supports collaborative approaches to learning.

The Lilley Centre incorporates a range of spaces. These include Library facilities, a contemporary forum space, student computer rooms, an archive area, a teaching laboratory that facilitates research into classroom learning utilising cutting edge audiovisual and IT resources and a function and seminar space.

This building was recongnised by the OECD as one of the 60 International education facility exemplars.

2010 AIA QLD Award for Public Architecture
2010 AIA QLD Commendation for Interior Architecture
2010 AIA Brisbane Regional Commendation for Interior Architecture
2010 AIA Brisbane Regional Commendation for Public Architecture

Ash was one of the team of Interior Designers who worked on this projects whilst he was at Wilson Architects.

www.wilsonarchitects.com.au

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