UNSW Faculty of Law building
The UNSW Faculty of Law building is a law school situated in Sydney.
The new building consists of 4 levels and was designed by Melbourne architects Lyons Architecture. Features of the new building include a light-filled atrium space, open staircases, landscaped courtyards and an Agora void running up through the floors.
Cubic was contracted by Lend Lease to execute all elements of the base building and interior fit-out. Throughout the project Cubic was responsible for the solid partitioning, glass partitions, doors and hardware, wall finishes, acoustic cast plaster ceilings, the Agora voids and an auditorium with a seating capacity of 450.
One of the key features of this fitout is the Agora void which is completely abstract. The use of the complex geometric shapes makes this type of void a ‘one-of-a-kind’ for Cubic.
The project was completed in 2006.
Year Complete: 2006
Area sqm: NA
Type of Work: Base Building & Integrated Fitout
Client: The University of NSW
Builder: Bovis Lend Lease