St Paul’s College
Renowned architects, Cox Richardson have focused on the expansion and modernisation of the College’s facilities in a manner that is consistent with its heritage, its relationship with the University and the needs of future generations of residents. New rooms will generally be larger than those currently provided and feature en-suite facilities. This combined with a mix of studio, one, two and three bedroom units and the provision of 158 new underground car parks will underpin the viability of the project and make the facility appropriate for a full range of residents.
New landscaping works designed by distinguished landscape architect Oi Choong, will include a large new quadrangle in the Oxbridge tradition. This and other key landscaped circulation spaces will ensure the development maintains its sense of establishment and be a wonderful expansion of Australia’s oldest and most distinguished residential college.
The development provides an impressive interface between the University and the College, featuring a large colonnaded walkway between the new AIN building and Fisher Rd. This interface will, for the first time, provide a meaningful interaction between the College and the greater University.