Cardijn College: Automotive & Engineering Building | Grieve Gillett Architects

The co-ed senior secondary Marcellin Technical Campus of Cardijn College provides a unique and dynamic educational experience that enables students to study their SACE alongside a VET program designed to deliver workplace specific skills.

The College has a big vision for the future, responding to the current transformation as part of Industry 4.0 (the fourth industrial revolution) – a world of advanced manufacturing, cyber-physical systems, robotics and automation as well as the evolution of traditional trade-based industries such automotive and metal engineering. Following our masterplan, GGA commenced Stage 1: a new Engineering and Automotive Facility.

Informed by thorough consultation, GGA planned workshop layouts to optimise safety and process flows. Fulfilling the design philosophy of campus transparency, new acoustically separated classroom and staff spaces connect the workshop to rest of the campus both physically and visually. Colour and materiality unify the spaces and provide a fresh approach to the typical workshop typology.

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