The design provides flexibility to create a range of spaces for teaching and learning by connecting large spaces via operable walls associated with flexible breakout areas.
Curl Curl supports a personalized learning approach with technology rich facilities while reflecting the school’s relaxed, community-focused identity and openness.
The new K- 12 school is set in a rich landscape setting that interprets the natural and cultural systems of the local area, facilitates a real and meaningful connection to the indigenous community and provides a wide range of opportunities for inclusion and connected learning.
Bardia Public School creates a community focal point with the new central courtyard acting as a heart to the school and key facilities such as the hall, learning centre and sports pitch are located to encourage community engagement out of school hours.
The Randwick Primary School and Community Sports Facility emphasizes outdoor learning environments to provide students with a diverse range of teaching spaces that can be shared with the community.
The project refurbished TAFE Northern Sydney Institute’s Crows Nest Campus to develop a design which embraced innovative educational learning spaces and encourage open and flexible learning spaces.
The new Rainbow Street Public School accommodates 1000 students and is planned around a central court and landscaped garden to provide both visual and physical connection across the entire school.
The new three level building with capacity for 900 students including a roof area for play allowing spaces for contemporary pedagogy within the expanded school environment.
The new school building wings radiate out from a central covered outdoor learning space, which form an active and visible heart of the school.
The new 3000m² Veritas Building is a purpose- built facility that provides a new home to the substantial campus Library and the new student Learning Commons.
The new building expansion allows students to have larger, flexible spaces that inspires learning spaces to open out onto wide covered verandahs.
Ultimo Public School is an engaging and playful response to the educational needs of an inner city primary school.
The fit-out at ACU for IPPE is designed to facilitate creativity and provides a back drop for researchers and theorists to share and collaborate.
This project provides a significant refurbishment of existing underutilised spaces.
The Governors Centre includes a theatre/auditorium with raked seating for 400 people and an examination/teaching hall to seat 200 students.
The design for the Centennial Pool at the Frensham School includes a new indoor swimming pool, incorporating a 25m water polo and lap pool, learn to swim pool, multi-purpose room, offices, amenities, storage and plant room space.
The Female Orphan School is the oldest three storey brick building in Australia, dating from 1813-18. This project involved the conservation and adaptation of the complex to provide exhibition spaces and meeting rooms for the Western Sydney University and the wider community.
Australian & New Zealand School of Government / National Security College Building (ANZSOG/NSC) is Australasia's flagship school of government, dedicated to promoting outstanding public sector leadership and policy.
The refurbishment of Goldstein Hall, for continuing use by The Kensington Colleges, has seen the complete renewal of the existing kitchen, servery, services, finishes and equipment. The project also saw the revitalisation of the original 1964 Flugelman sculpture courtyard which is now a vibrant outdoor space.
Building K4 or Stable Square located on the Hawkesbury Campus of Western Sydney University has been transformed into a new ‘Student Hub’ including a Café, Bookstore, WSU student services centre, refurbished amenities and new landscaping to the large courtyard.
The adaptive reuse of the former Charles H Hoskins Memorial Institute building is a positive transformation of a vacant public facility that has brought new life to an important civic precinct of Lithgow. The retention of significant fabric, both internally and externally, creates a unique identity for Western Sydney University.
Arising from the masterplan developed by TKDA, this project for a new facility for the performing arts provides purpose built facilities for the School. Located adjacent to St Peter's Hall, this new facility has an urban presence and creates a new precinct for cultural buildings.
This project provides an upgraded and high quality public domain forming the new collective centre to the Parramatta campus. It provides an appropriate gathering and meeting place which allows the appreciation of the extensive heritage values on the site.
UTS Insearch is a fully accredited Australian higher education provider and a controlled entity of the University of Technology Sydney (UTS). Insearch provides academic pathway programs for local and overseas students as a way to access UTS and other tertiary institutions
UTS Insearch is a fully accredited Australian higher education provider and a controlled entity of the University of Technology Sydney (UTS). Insearch provides academic pathway programs for local and overseas students as a way to access UTS and other tertiary institutions.
As part of our ongoing architectural work for UNDA, Tanner Kibble Denton Architects completed the design and documentation for new educational facilities as an adaptive reuse and refurbishment project.
The Sydney Conservatorium is comprised of three elements - Verbrugghen Hall in the courtyard of the refurbished Greenway Stables building, the new terraced buildings surrounding this colonial centrepiece, and a dramatic three storey foyer linking old and new.
St Paul's Catholic College is a secondary school for boys in Years 7 to 12 located within the historic St Patrick’s Estate. A proposal by TKDA will see the upgrade of the existing facilities and the construction of new facilities including an arts precinct, staff areas and a multipurpose hall.
TKDA have been working with St Andrews College at the University of Sydney since 2011 to develop a masterplan to guide the expansion of the college over the next 10 years.
The historic Graythwaite Estate have been redeveloped as an expansion of the School’s adjacent campus, and comprises the conservation and adaptive reuse of Graythwaite House, new educational buildings and enhancement of the site’s parkland setting.
Sydney Grammar School Edgecliff Preparatory is a K-6 school for boys and one of two primary schools linked to the main school in College Street.
Arising from a masterplan undertaken by TKD Architects, this sophisticated design links the various levels and facilities of the School. The new school provides a contemporary educational facility that complements the senior school and integrates with the terraced landscape of East Sydney.
SCEGGS Darlinghurst Interim Libraries included the refurbishment of existing primary and secondary school libraries, expanding into old classrooms which had been vacated following completion of the Joan Freeman Science and Technology Centre.
Completing the Masterplan developed by Tanner Kibble Denton Architects for the school's future growth, the Joan Freeman Science and Technology Centre includes six science laboratories, four TAS rooms and six art classrooms over four levels in inner city Darlinghurst.
The new indoor pool for Loreto Normanhurst was developed following the completion of a masterplan by TKDA. The facility provides a swimming pool attached to the existing gymnasium to support the school’s Personal Development and Physical Education Program.
The Science and Technology Centre provides contemporary facilities, including four generous teaching science laboratories, computer centre and staff administration areas and has been sited within a landscaped forecourt.
This project involved new works and the upgrade of existing facilities at Gib Gate, a K to 6 Junior school and part of the Winifred West Schools group at Mittagong in the Southern Highlands.
The Esther Tuckey Library provides contemporary reading and study facilities for the students of Frensham. The new building has become the key hub for the school and includes a spacious reading and study area, book stack facilities, staff offices and work rooms.
Mount Stromlo Observatory is home to the Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics and is a part of the Australian National University. The Observatory is culturally significant for the history of scientific research on the site and as one of the oldest federal institutions in the ACT.
The Crawford School at the Australian National University (ANU) in Canberra is Australia's leading policy school focused on Australia, Asia and the Pacific Region.