WSU Anatomy Building

  • Client Western Sydney University
  • Location Campbelltown
  • Sector Education

The University viewed the in-fill project as a key opportunity to holistically improve on the existing building and provide a clear, prominent entry point and circulation route into, and past, the building.

The state-of-the-art facility replaces an outdated single-level central section of the existing Building 24 and incorporates 3 state-of-the-art anatomy teaching laboratories, 3 biomedical PC2 research laboratories, and the University UniClinic. Reception and administration offices for the School of Science and Health have also been incorporated.

Externally, the building’s façade features a double-storey portico element and lighter steel filigree structure, the latter of which supports horizontal and vertical blade elements that provide shading from the western orientation.