Earlier this year, nettletontribe alongside Richard Crookes Construction delivered The University of Sydney’s latest student accommodation offering, The Regiment Building. Transforming an underutilised site, the design addresses an affordable housing vision and creates an environment of belonging, social integration, and engagement with study and broader life, all factors that help ensure students can thrive and have an exceptional university experience.
The concept is to create a holistic student campus living and learning experience and a gateway building to the University campus that fits seamlessly with the context of the site. Located on a ridge that overlooks the city, the building is stepped in plan and terraced in response to the heritage and tree conditions of the site and captures city views.
Architectural & Interiors Teams – nettletontribe – Trevor Hamilton, Jeremy Bishop, Michael Lam, John Pickersgill, Thomas Lau, Sergeij Cantillo, Gosia Piotrowski, Ana Rola
Client – University of Sydney – Chris Watts, Peter Mellows, David Watt
Builders – Richard Crookes Construction – Tony Grippi, Tanya McErlean, Ben Jarvie
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