UTS Collaborative Learning Spaces nearing Completion

Our much anticipated Collaborative Learning project in the new UTS FEIT Building on Broadway is now complete and we are justifiably proud of the outcome. Eight collaborative learning spaces were spread over two floors with association amenities, lounge areas and student led informal teaching spaces. These spaces will showcase next generation learning directions at UTS.

BSA had aimed to create a Four-star Green-star rated space with a focus on flexible use and adaptability of scale. The space was designed to be used as a single, double or full sized multifunctional area and we provided the necessary technology to allow the space to be used for presentation, examination and teaching.

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