UCL Australia campus wins architectural design awards
6 December 2010
UCL has won two South Australian Design Awards for the campus of the UCL School of Energy and Resources, Australia (SERAus) campus in Adelaide.
The architects for the campus, Swanbury Penglase, won the Laminex Award, a special award for the best design across all categories. The SERAus buildings also received a Silver Award in the built environment category.
Richard Martin, Chief Operating Officer at SERAus, said: "The architects, Swanbury Penglase, did a great job. They worked extremely closely with the UCL team in Adelaide and also had helpful advice provided from UCL Estates and Facilities at the outset of the project."
Image: The Torrens building in Adelaide, Australia. Home of UCL SERAus.