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Swanston Academic Building, Melbourne, Australia
Swanston Academic Building
image : John Gollings

Swanston Academic Building – 26 Nov 2012
This new building, called the Swanston Academic Building, is an idea about building a vertical campus and drawing the diversity of the city deeply in to the design conception. As student space is not available like a green campus, the project proposes a vertical ‘stack’ of informal ‘open’ student spaces, each connected to a central circulation system of escalators and stairs.

27 Jun 2012

Lyons, Architects – Exhibition News

Unique exhibition – IDEA BUILDING, Lyons, Melbourne, Australia

Inside the Architect’s office
Dates: 25 Jun – 27 Jul 2012
Venue: Wunderlich Gallery, Architecture Building, University of Melbourne

The Wunderlich Gallery has been transformed into a creative interpretation of the Lyon’s Office, IDEA BUILDING. This unique exhibition is part of ABP’s Alumni Retrospective Series, an annual celebration of the work of faculty graduates, highlighting their significant contribution to Australia’s design culture and built environment. Lyons is the award winning architecture practice responsible for such projects as the Melbourne Brain Centre, the BHP Billiton Global Headquarters Building and the new Colleges of Science at the Australian National University in Canberra.

picture from University of Melbourne

IDEA BUILDING is an installation which creates an imperfect ‘not quite right’ copy of the Lyons’ office – the space where the practice’s ideas first emerge and evolve. What you experience is an immersive environment resplendent with large scale video projections, real and faux materials reflective of the Lyons workspace.

“We’ve used the opportunity of this exhibition to talk about our approach to, and thinking, about architecture and the way we approach design through our interest in ideas,” says Corbett Lyons. “In addition to the images of models of our completed projects we have focused on the conceptual tools and processes we use in making architecture and constructing our ideas.”

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Lyons, Architects – Recent Design

La Trobe Institute, near Melbourne, Australia
La Trobe Institute
picture from Lyons
La Trobe Institute

Lyons Architects – Key Projects

Featured Buildings by Lyons, alphabetical:

Lyon Housemuseum, Kew, Australia

Lyon House Museum
picture : Dianna Snape
Lyon Housemuseum

School of Medicine, University of Western Sydney, Australia
School of Medicine University of Western Sydney
photograph : Gollings Photography
School of Medicine University of Western Sydney
Won through a National RAIA sponsored competition, the commission was to design the $50M foundation medical school at University of Western Sydney.
World Architecture Festival Awards (WAF) 2008 – Learning Category Finalist – Lyons

UTAS Medical Science 1, Hobart, Australia

Architects: Lyons, Melbourne, Australia with JAWS – Design Architect, Australia
UTAS Medical Science 1 Hobart
picture from FD

UTAS Medical Science 1
The University of Tasmania’s School of Medicine and the Menzies Research Institute bring together, in Medical Science 1, the aspiration to deliver leading edge world-class laboratories, clinical research and medical training facilities.

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Mornington Centre, Australia

WAF Awards 2008 – Health Category Finalist

More design projects by Lyons architects online soon

Location:3/246 Bourke Street, Melbourne, Australia

Lyons, Architects – Practice Information

Architects’ Practice – office based in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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Melbourne Buildings
Childrens Activity Centre
picture : Peter Bennetts Photography

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