Brisbane Grammar School – The Lilley Centre

Brisbane / Australia / 2010

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The Brisbane Grammar School’s new integrated learning facility, The Lilley Centre, represents a significant transformative physical, symbolic and pedagogical shift from the School’s 19th century roots. 


PHYSICALLY, the building moves away from the traditional introverted characteristic of learning into a new open, transparent inter-relationship with both school and city. 


SYMBOLICALLY, the building reinforces and reinvigorates the School’s heritage whilst investing enormous faith in the future. 


PEDAGOGICALLY, the new building aligns the new innovative collaborative and flexible teaching and learning spaces to the School’s highly developed pedagogy. 


The Lilley Centre operates as the hub for the School’s academic infrastructure, incorporating library, information technology, counselling and advisory and professional development services in an environment that is in all ways learner centred and learning focussed. The many flexible and technologically enhanced learning spaces that define the building’s central purpose function to provide learners with immediate access to knowledge and information in multiple formats and combinations.

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    The Brisbane Grammar School’s new integrated learning facility, The Lilley Centre, represents a significant transformative physical, symbolic and pedagogical shift from the School’s 19th century roots.  PHYSICALLY, the building moves away from the traditional introverted characteristic of learning into a new open, transparent inter-relationship with both school and city.  SYMBOLICALLY, the building reinforces and reinvigorates the School’s heritage...

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    • Year 2010
    • Work finished in 2010
    • Status Completed works
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