Project Two | In Progress
The Design and Technology Cube will be a centre of innovation, where boys will discover new possibilities in the rapidly progressing fields of Design and Technology, and Engineering.
Learning will occur through collaboration and experimentation in both traditional skills and emerging processes. In state-of-the-art workshops and design studios, our boys will develop skills in design, testing and refinement that are essential to every field of enterprise.
About the project
The Design and Technology Cube is a contemporary response to both the ever-evolving discipline of design and the School’s commitment to creativity and progress built on sound academic principles.
Supporting the iterative nature of problem solving and development, the Centre is premised on a seamless flow between studios incorporating computer-aided design facilities and spaces for creation - be the product electrical, mechanical, a piece of software, a traditional work of craftsmanship or, indeed, a system comprising some or all of these elements.
The new Design and Technology Centre will set a benchmark for buildings supporting the teaching of the design process. Situated at the south-west corner of the Glenn Centre, the stunning new home for Design and Technology will feature views over the Meares Oval and the Yarra River to the west, and across sporting fields and Gardiners Creek to the south.
Project One | Complete
Campaign Booklet, Donation and Pledge Forms
The Campaign Booklet contains details about the new centre, as well as explaining how it fits into the School's broader Educational Vision and its role in the Scotch College Development Plan.
We thank those who helped bring The Sir Zelman Centre for Science to life. If you would like to support the new Design and Technology Cube or support the future of STEM at Scotch College, please contact Tim Shearer, Director of Development on 03 9810 4301 or email@example.com