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Design & Art Precinct Relife

Project overview

The Design & Art Precinct sits at the southern end of Sir Charles Court Promenade on Curtin’s Perth Campus. Comprised of Buildings 202, 203 and 212, it houses learning spaces and bespoke facilities including studios, and workshops and computer labs for disciplines including Animation and Games, Creative Advertising and Graphic Design, Digital Design, Fashion, Fine Art and Visual Culture.

The ‘Relife’ project will upgrade outdated facilities to ensure the strategic priorities of the Design and Art disciplines can be met over the next ten years and provide a fit-for-purpose learning environment that embraces collaboration, creativity and innovation.

Artwork by Kiren Broadhurst, orange rock obelisk in orange floor room with white walls

Student Work - Kieron Broadhurst
Image Credit - Kieron Broadhurst

Project features

  • New facilities including Mac labs, digital modelling labs, prototyping area, informal and distributed learning spaces and a project and research gallery
  • Upgrade of core services and infrastructure including toilets, lighting, WIFI, IT and AV
  • Upgrade of landscaped areas

Project benefits

The Design & Art Precinct Relife project will deliver a revitalised area dedicated to fostering the creativity and development of Curtin’s Design and Art community. Users will experience increased opportunities for unique, practical learning experiences and interdisciplinary projects, in addition to improved safety and comfort.