k20 Architecture is a specialist multi-disciplinary consulting services company. The practice has extensive experience in working with Local, State and Federal Government groups delivering projects that include: community centres, sports facilities/pavillions, commercial office facilities, administration depot facilities, healthcare, education, childcare and detention centres. Our methodologies and quality management systems have been designed specifically for this type of work. The practice delivers a full range of professional consulting services which include: feasibility, master planning, design, documentation, tendering, contract award and construction administration.
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Ballarat Regional Soccer Facility
Morshead Park, Ballarat, 2012
This project involves a new landmark soccer facility which provides leading regional sporting and social facilities for elite level soccer. The pavilion also includes players change rooms and races connecting to the central soccer pitch, social room for up to 150 people seated with catering facilities and bar, dining room with views over the pitch, media viewing area and administration facilities. This new soccer stadium is a significant project for both Ballarat City Council and the region.
Hindmarsh Council Offices
Nhill, Victoria, 2013
This project involves a new iconic sustainable focused regional council office precinct which envelopes the existing 1960’s building. The new office incorporates sustainability principles such as thermal stacks, green walls, cross flow ventilation, northern orientation and passive solar, low VOC materials, flexible spaces adaptable to future and changing needs including staff expansion. The office is to accomodate 70 staff with expansion for up to 100. Facilities include community use, multi-functional spaces, council chambers, VicRoads services, meeting and interview rooms.
University of Third Age
Glen Huntley, Victoria, 2010
This project involved a collaborative process where the design was assessed against key objectives and adapted to exceed the clients brief while remaining in budget. The project emphasised reducing client maintenance and running costs, which resulted in a modern open space which is filled with light and provided flexibility for U3A and their changing curriculums. This new centre was designed to provide the senior community with spaces where they can come together and learn new skills in a socially interactive environment.