Through the adoption of lightweight construction techniques, MODE has established a process for maximising the flexibility of spaces on a day to day basis, while also providing inherent adaptability in the structure to allow it to morph and adjust as the uses and technical requirements of each space evolve over time.
Client: EduWest Consortium
Location: Lakelands, WA
All learning spaces are designed to allow traditional classroom spaces to be opened
up and combined with incidental spaces, to create spaces suitable for a range of pedagogical practices, such as project based learning, inquiry based learning, or student focused learning. The use of operable walls, multiple teaching walls, ergonomic and reconfigurable furniture, and flexible power and data infrastructure, allows spaces to be reconfigured quickly and easily between, and within classes if required, allowing teachers the flexibility to respond rapidly to take advantage of educational opportunities as they arise.