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UTS's new Science and Graduate School of Health Building has created a state-of-the-art science and health precinct in the heart of the City Campus. You will be able to experience the building for yourself at the start of Semester 1, 2015. For now, get a sneak peek of the building's striking architecture and cutting edge facilities in this short teaser!
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Opening imagery of central stairwell. Curved walls with mosaic-tiles and large circular skylights.
Feature lighting in lecture-theatre. Light shades made from conical beakers, with walls, ceilings, carpet and seating all bright green colour.
Level 2 hallway below ground. Classrooms on left and stairwell on right leading to level 1. Large wall on right, curved, organic surface, covered in mosaic tiles from level 1 up to ceiling on ground level 3. Angular, concrete ceilings and cylindrical skylights let natural light into stair and hallway.
Superlab, several rows of identical computer screens with moving test images, small desk lamps and overhead lighting.
Biological lab, benches and moveable chairs in (unoccupied) labratory space.
Open collaborative space. Round tables with green chairs mixed with bench seating for collaborative discussion and study. Large flat-screen monitor hanging on one wall.
Open plan office space, with co-located desks, chairs and elliptical overhead lighting. Rectangular windowsills painted with various bright colours (turquoise, lime green and candy pink) - contrasted with the white interior and exterior walls.
Central stairwell. Spiral staircase with curved walls covered in mosaic-tiles. Large circular skylight.
View of UTS Tower, Balcony room and building 4 (Science) from rooftop balcony. Garden and reflective roof covering it are features of building 7. Provides perspective and context to the location of the building within the UTS campus.
Outside imagery of Southern side of new building and adjoining alumni green grassed area. Facade of building 7 features organic form, designed to be similar profile to a grove of trees. The building facade is not square, and many rectangular windows form line patterns along the building.
Closing screen "Faculty of Science and Graduate School of Health Building - Ready to explore Semester 1, 2015" UTS: Digital Media Production