The Science Building H at University of the Sunshine Coast by HASSELL is located in Queensland, Australia. The building for the teaching of health sciences biological, sports science and GIS contributes to the dialogue of an institutional architecture in subtropical its reinterpretation of Colonnade and collegiate verandahs vernacular.
A double-storey colonnade suspended bridges linking the halls entrance halls battened large flexible laboratory. The outsourcing movement causes the activation of students from the central gallery of the university and a strong sense of connection to the campus streetscape. Controlled lighting clerestory animates carved ceilings while providing glare control in the audiovisual lab intense.
Ground floor labs gather around a space with two floors, lobby while a laboratory Motion Sports adds the building as a magnetic field structure free of recycled wood.