Colorful Fiber Cement Exterior Provides Playful Element To NSW Public School Redesign

NBRS ARCHITECTURE, Waitara Public School, NSW
To accommodate new local enrollment of up to 1,000 new students, the Waitara Public School needed a massive renovation. Funded by the NSW Government, the revamp included the creation of nearly 40 new classrooms, a new canteen, and administrative office space. The renovation is part of a colossal $4.2 billion budget from the NSW Government to improve public school infrastructure.

Colorful Modular Pods Offer Expansive Space For School In Australia

Presbyterian Ladies College, HARWYN, Modular Education Pods, Australia
There are many challenges when building in the education market from site assess to cost restrictions. Harwyn pods address those challenges by providing a prefabricated, modularized solution to traditional education expansion. The Presbyterian Ladies’ College in Melbourne, Australia, required a solution that met the needs of their expansion while providing a touch of modernity to their historic landscape.

90’s Water Tank In Grafton, Ohio Gets Massive Rehabilitation With Long Life Coating System

The Village of Grafton, Ohio, Water Tank, Tnemec Company
The Grafton elevated water tower has provided water services to the community of Grafton, Ohio since the 1990’s. Serving the residents, businesses, and even local Grafton Village Fire Department, the tank has been continuously exposed to the climatic conditions of northwest Ohio. And in 2019, the city secured a grant to rehabilitate to aging tank.

New York Residential Facade Pays Homage To Historic Architectural Design

Lantern House, Heatherwick Studio, New York, Dezeen
Heatherwick Studio was commissioned to design a residential building in Chelsea, Manhattan in New York City. Within a highly competitive architectural market, the architects were tasked with designing a building that stood out. The architects describe, “In contrast to new glass apartment blocks that have sprung up along High Line, we wanted to create a new type of residence: one that was reminiscent of the area’s existing historical building, design and built for permanency.”