Queensland University of Technology Q Block
Like most modern universities, Queensland University of Technology (QUT) is an organic organisation in a positive state of physical and pedagogical flux. Increasing student numbers, shifting patterns of movement, the desire for improved accessibility and the push toward more adaptable, flexible and collaborative learning environments have all impacted the campus masterplan.
dwp embraces this state of change and has worked with QUT over 20 years to resolve complex masterplan issues, including many that are typically considered beyond the realm of architecture.
Download the QUT case study here.
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