This building accommodates the School of Education.
The building was designed by Wood Marsh in association with Pels Innes Nielsen Kosloff (PINK) and is one of the most iconic buildings of the Bundoora campus. The architects sought to reflect the existing architecture around campus of red brick and concrete. The building appears as a long curved arc hovering over the landscape. The building won a RAIA Sir Zelman Cowen Award for Public Buildings in 1996 and a William Wardell Award in 1998.
Transport and access
The Bundoora campus lies between Thomastown Station (South Morang Line) and Greensborough Station (Eltham Line). Bus services run from each of these stations to the campus. Tram route 86 runs from the City (Docklands) to the east campus (Stop 71) and west campus (Stop 70).
Visit the Public Transport Victoria website for more information and connecting services in your area.
There are several large open parking areas and a large multi-level car park.