06 September 2012

Contemporary Learning Hub At Newman Siena Centre Complete.

Following the completion of Stages 1-4 which saw the transformation of the existing Senior College into an adult education and training facility, the Newman Siena Centre owned by the Catholic Education Office of WA now comprises a funky Contemporary Learning Hub which offers 300 sqm of flexible collaboration spaces to enable open learning and teaching. The facility is equipped with state-of the art technology and makes use of vibrant colours to create a fun yet functional environment. Please also refer to the PROJECTS section for more information.


06September2012

The new Good Shepherd Church in Kelmscott is expected to start on site by the end of the month.

After an exciting design journey with the Good Shepherd Building Committee we are very pleased to get to this point where construction is bound to start in only a few weeks time.


06September2012

Holy Cross College dares to innovate

The documentation stage of the new secondary house at Holy Cross College in Ellenbrook is in full swing with the design concepts for the learning spaces and teaching interactions with students promising to inspire. The College is already setting new performance levels in the integration of learning technologies and lessons learnt from the previous stage are being expanded and improved upon in this exciting project.


06September2012

Building Ideas Workshop at Iona Presentation College

EIW continues to work with Iona through our Building Ideas Workshops that saw staff and students literally develop some concept models following discussions about learning environments. The creative activity was a great catalyst for people sharing their ideas about how different areas of the College can work together. The journey continues…


06September2012

EIW Architects celebrates the opening of Stage 2 of the Ngulla Mia Boarding Facility, Clontarf Aboriginal College.           

 

The second and final stage of the Ngulla Mia Boarding Facility at Clontarf Aboriginal College was officially opened on Wednesday 5th September by the Hon Peter Collier, Minister for Education, Energy & Indigenous Affairs. EIW Architects celebrated with the College and have much pride in the finished product catering for a total of 120 aboriginal students from  around WA in a comfortable and inspiring living and learning environment.