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UTS BROADWAY

“It is not the strongest of the species universities that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is the most adaptable to change.”

The UTS-ITE facility will substantiate the universities presence in the city, not merely as a contextually sensitive, robust and compelling built form but more-so as a constantly emerging spectacle of experience. Open feedback systems will ensure the UTS-ITE is an active participant in the ecology within which it is embedded. Innovation will constantly balance the interface between ecology and technology.

Well-serviced, adaptable, naturally lit spaces that can be transfigured to multiple configurations that promote collaboration. An omni-directional platform, serving as recreational space, as communication hub and as temporary project space.

A new form emerging at the intersection of information and space where interactive data structures can be visualised and manipulated. The building will be a temporal arena where coincident flows of the school and the city coalesce – a ’borderland’ between campus and community, students and city, information and space.

An info-spatial network.

Warm heart.

Open to the corners.

DATA
PROJECT: UTS-ITE
LOCATION: BROADWAY, NSW
YEAR: 2009
PEOPLE: Adam Russell, John de Manincor, Marrisa Looby, Raffaello Rosselli, Sue Hsu
COLLABORATORS: BIG [Bjarke Ingles Group - DK] ,
Realities United [Berlin], Steensen Varming [AU], Adams Kara Taylor [UK]

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