Budden Nangle Michael & Hudson
Budden Nangle Michael & Hudson are a well established medium scale professional practice specialising in Educational Campus projects for the Tertiary, Secondary & Primary Sectors. We have specific additional skills in Campus Master Planning , Medical and both Research & Teaching Laboratory projects. We currently consult to UNSW, UNSW Rural Clinical Schools, University of Sydney, Macquarie University, Newington College and other leading Independent Schools. Our Senior Management Team is highly experienced and stable with between 14 and 35 years tenure with BNMH. We approach Architectural design & problem solving with a client & outcome focus and practice across all regions in NSW.
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Newington Sesquicentenary Project
Newington College Stanmore Sydney, 2013
Newington College’s Sesquicentenary Project responded to the College’s brief to create an inspirational symbol of learning & knowledge for Newington’s future in a sensitive heritage environment at the centre of the College’s Stanmore Campus with a close visual relationship with the original Thomas Rowe Founders Building. The new building is a visually transparent and interactive centrepiece to the campus and incorporates a variety of sustainability measures including a thermally efficient spill air ventilated twin wall facade, integrated solar tracking louvres, stormwater retention & grey water re-use, solar boosted hot water and occupant sensitive lighting & air conditioning systems. The completed building has been embraced by the College community and the gentle reflections of the Founders building in the transparent faces of the Sesquicentenary centre are a symbol of the integration of Newington’s proud history with its vibrant current & future educational programme.
Joint Health Education Facility
Port Macquarie NSW, 2015
The Joint Health Education Facility at Port Macquarie is a full regional tertiary campus supporting a full medical degree programme and an extensive range of medical specialised and allied health degree & certificate programmes for three partners – UNSW, UoN & NC TAFE – which will be completed in February 2015. The building has a strong street presence with a dynamic roof form, extensive wifi facilitated external and internal Student Commons areas taking full advantage of Port Macquarie’s temperate climate and a wide range of specialised facilities including PC2 laboratory, specialised wet & dry research areas, anatomy laboratory, clinical skills laboratory, various simulation facilities and high quality Lecture Theatres including an innovative ‘discussion mode’ theatre in addition to a beautifully detailed major theatre with complex timber acoustically refined ceiling & wall elements.
Macquarie University MUSE project
Macquarie University Sydney, 2014
The Macquarie University Spatial Experience and the central Student Connect area is an innovative reuse of the lower floors of the original Library Building to provide student social learning areas and student services in a student oriented model. BNMH were the co-ordinating architects for the overall project & we designed the central circulation & entry areas and the Student Connect Facility which is an innovative blend of architecture that integrates an interactive portable device interface with coloured columns & LED lighting for orientation & a user friendly approach to the delivery of student support services in a hands on & personal manner. The total project is a cost efficient use with a medium term projected life that commenced as an experiment in student led spaces and has now become a popular and heavily used student area central to the campus.