William Angliss Institute
–A brief to provide low-mobility access between two buildings at William Angliss provided an opportunity to also bring a new alluring element to the internal courtyard.
–The link between Buildings D and E is pushed out to make a useful circulation and respite area. The façade of steel and Low-E glass used to close in the space brings to the courtyard a new dimension that unifies the two dissimilar buildings. By using the effect of a fragmented mirror, the look of the open space and built surrounds is reinterpreted through the fresh dialogue of reflective glass.