Curtin University’s new Medical & Teaching Facility incorporates a mix of formal and informal learning areas highlighted by state-of-the-art audio visual, communications, IT and security services, encased in a unique curved precast concrete façade.
One of the most innovative and striking features of the interior is the substantial amount of timber finish used to line the main entry, stretching the full height of the atrium. Timber fractal lining, 3D wall paneling was used with numerous peaks, returns and troughs as opposed to a traditional flat wall paneling.
Multiple types of acoustic panels were used including perforated DecorZen, slatted timber as well as seamless perforated plasterboard.
The entire project has you saying WOW and we are proud to have contributed to this. Congratulations to all involved.