MPH Architects | University of South Australia, Student Placemaking Project
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UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA, STUDENT PLACEMAKING PROJECT, CITY EAST, CITY WEST, MAGILL & MAWSON LAKES CAMPUSES

MPH ARCHITECTS HAS WORKED CLOSELY WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA AND IN COLLABORATION WITH STUDIO GRAM TO UPGRADE STUDENT SPACES AND RETAIL OFFERINGS, REVITALISING THE STUDENT EXPERIENCE ACROSS THE UNIVERSITY’S FOUR METROPOLITAN CAMPUSES

Client
University of South Australia

Location
UniSA City East, City West, Magill & Mawson Lakes Campuses

Completion
March 2018

Procurement
Fixed Lump Sum

The project encompasses the redesign of both student and retail operator facilities at the four University of South Australia metropolitan campuses.  Each campus offers a unique yet cohesive experience, including the provision of exiting new food, beverage and retail opportunities.  Tailored designs for the new operators tenancies and joinery throughout add to the unique identity of each campus, with new back of house facilities supporting a wide range of food and beverage offerings for the University community.

The existing buildings at each campus are opened up to provide students with connected lounge, gaming, dining and study spaces, ranging from public to more intimate group settings.  These flow into flexible outdoor spaces which are activated with new canopies, outdoor furnishings, and live planting at each campus.