Restructuring at the University of Melbourne
Service centre at the University of Melbourne. The renovation showcases Architectural integrity

In Melbourne, Six Degrees studio has renovated an old building dating back to the Seventies, recreating a large and functional service centre for university students, highlighting its architectural and material integrity

An old building dating back to the Seventies was recovered and renovated by Six Degrees studio, which transformed it into a large and functional service centre for the University of Melbourne

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Through an innovative and extemporary language, the project highlights the architectural and material integrity of the building. The aim of the intervention is to centralize student services in this more accessible and central part of the university campus

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Another priority of the project is the respect and strengthening of the features of this important architecture, which has been underestimated until now. The project repositions the old building creating a new "entrance door" to the campus

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The building now includes administrative services, an enrolment and information office, a cafeteria, interview rooms, meeting rooms and staff facilities spread across the seven-storey building

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The success of the building is due to the presence of the large green space in front and the panoramic views that can be enjoyed from the highest floors of the structure

Glass reflective facade

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