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The future of tertiary learning spaces

Alan J Duffy and Marina Carroll share their education insights and expertise


Archtiectus Principals Alan J Duffy and Marina Carroll presented at the Tertiary Education Management Conference (TEMC) last week, sharing insights on the future of tertiary learning spaces.


Alan, who presented alongside Western Sydney University Executive Director Estate and Commercial Bill Parasiris, discussed the ‘changing campus’; how the university campus has changed in response to student’s needs, the future of campus design for Generation Alpha (Z), and the importance of obtaining the optimum balance between technology, architecture and nature to influence the student experience.

Marina, who presented alongside University of Melbourne Development Project Manager Victor Ballester discussed innovation hubs; how the innovation frenzy began, the purpose of a dedicated innovation space, and the pivotal role they play in shaping ideas.