CODA and Broderick Architects were commissioned to undertake masterplanning and architectural design of the new campus for Bunbury Catholic College, located on a greenfield site in Australind. An extensive education brief has guided the design of a campus that will accommodate 1200 students from years 7 – 12.
The new campus has been designed to embrace contemporary pedagogy through flexible, interactive learning spaces and an increased engagement with the natural environment. To achieve this, we have organised the school into two age-specific zones, Early Adolescent Learners and Young Adult Learners. The central spine of the school is created around shared specialist ...
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The site, located in Jolimont and adjacent to Matthews Netball Centre, will be redeveloped to allow for higher density residences. Over 4 hectares, it will accommodate 3 – 6 storey apartment buildings and 2 – 3 storey townhouses, equating to … More
In 2014 CODA collaborated with BVN Donovan Hill to design a new Junior Years precinct for the existing Methodist Ladies’ College campus in Claremont WA. During the initial phases the combined practices of BVN Donovan Hill and CODA held several … More
CODA has recently been appointed to the position of Architectural Advisor to the Western Australian State Government for the New Museum Project, which will enhance the Perth Cultural Centre when it opens in 2020. The New Museum will display the State … More
CODA and Broderick Architects were delighted to receive an architecture award for our work on Bunbury Catholic College’s Marist campus at last Friday’s Institute of Architects state ceremony. The award was happily received by Emma Williamson and Eamon Broderick and stands … More
Ageing in Place
Growth in our cities and the subsequent need for responsible developments to ensure well connected, planned and functioning communities is currently a significant subject within Perth where the population is expected to increase by an additional half a million people … More