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- The Hawthorn Project Hub at Swinburne University of Technology
- Lee, Nicolette
- The Hawthorn Project Hub is located within the Hawthorn Campus of Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne, Australia. It occupies approximately 1,000sqm in a former basement car park. It has direct access to the library 'Late Lab'. The overall budget for the project was $2.5m. The Hawthorn Project Hub has been designed to take up every inch of the available footprint, accommodating group and individual work, meetings with clients and other external partners, and every aspect of project development barring physical prototyping. It houses a combination of meeting and boardrooms, social and informal learning spaces designed to accommodate group practices. The Hub is accessible to final year students only, and has gallery spaces and the facilities to deliver presentations to project clients, and exhibitions of student work to large groups.
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- Swinburne University of Technology
- Learning spaces in higher education: positive outcomes by design: proceedings of the Next Generation Learning Spaces 2008 Colloquium, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, 01-02 October 2008 / David Radcliffe, Hamilton Wilson, Derek Powell and Belinda Tibbetts (eds.), Chapter 5.8, pp. 81-84
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- University of Queensland
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- Proceedings copyright © 2009 The University of Queensland. This paper copyright © 2009 Nicolette Lee. Permission is granted to copy or disseminate the document, either in print or electronic format, according to the Creative Commons License Attribution-Noncommercial-ShareAlike 2.5 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.5/au/) if the following conditions are met: copies are not made or distributed for commercial advantage; the University of Queensland copyright and its date appear on the reproduced materials; and notice is given to others of the license terms of this work. Published version of the paper reproduced here in accordance with this policy.