The new Roslyn Otzen Sports and Wellbeing Centre provides an innovative and engaging new heart for the Korowa campus to support their mission of developing confident, capable young women who value their physical, social and emotional wellbeing as the foundation for a flourishing life.
The extensive facilities within the Centre are complemented by generous informal social spaces throughout, encouraging students of all persuasions to gather and fostering a holistic approach to health and wellbeing for all.
Conceptually the Centre references the 1960s red brick academic cloister model knitting the existing school buildings into the surrounding school context, creating a single cohesive educational environment and an identifiable and consistent campus language.
The articulation of the building achieves a balance between the robust volumes of the courts and pool hall and the fine detail of steelwork, screens, and fragmented terracotta facades, breaking down the building’s scale, with movement and light.
Fabien Marie, Project Team
Hsin Yeh, Project Team
Kirsten Miller, Project Team
Matthew Murfett, Project Team
Melissa Lim, Project Team
Rhodri Thomas, Project Team
Sally Draper, Project Team
Shahab Kasmai, Project Team
Tim Mak, Project Team
Accuraco (construction stage), Project Manager
AEN Advisory (design stages), Project Manager
Creo Consultants, Pool Consultant
Design Guide, Building Surveyor
Eatscape, Kitchen Consultant
Haussegger Interiors, Interior Designer
Marshall Day Acoustics, AV Consultant
Marshall Day Enertech, AV Consultant
Natalie Gray, Town Planner and Pool Consultant
Rider Levett Bucknall (design stages), Quantity Surveyor
Taylor Cullity Lethlean, Landscape Consultant
Wilde & Woollard (construction stage), Quantity Surveyor
WSP Australia, Engineer
WSP Australia, ESD Consultant
WSP Australia, Services Consultant