- the Sydney Anglican Schools Corporation
- Dee Why, NSW
- 2008 -
- Peter Tonkin, Llewela Griffiths, Wolfgang Ripberger, Roger O'Sullivan, Tamara Frangelli, Tamarind Taylor.
TZG were engaged by the Sydney Anglican Schools corporation to design the addition of a new primary arts and gymnasium building at St Lukes Grammar School in Dee Why. Internally, the addition includes five classrooms, two artrooms, a gymnasium, a PE and teachers office as well as a kiln roon and small computer room.
Externally, on a constrained site, the building gives the school a new basketball court on the roof of the building, connecting directly to the oval. Further recreation areas are provided by “external rooms” adjacent the classrooms. A subtly coloured pattern of louvres of anodised aluminium livens the external facade, acting also as a balustrade.
The building is designed for flexibility, created on a simple grid plan determined by the lower level parking lot, the walls can be moved for future needs.