Woodlea Sporting Pavilion

  • Architecture
  • Landscape Architecture
  • Interior Design
  • Melbourne

An exercise in simplicity: Two rectangular wings with simple skillion roofs house the change rooms and essential sporting pavilion facilities.

They are positioned to directly address the two ovals, while creating a welcoming gesture on the entry side. External walls to the wings on entry side are concrete tilt-up panels for efficiency and robustness they are treated as a canvas for a landscape graphic giving a unique identity to the facility. These solid wings sit in counterpoint to the highly transparent social space that joins and reconciles the geometry of the wings.

The Group
Studios: Melbourne, Australia
Key Facts:
  • 3,250 sqm

Functionality, robustness, flexibility and future proofing have been woven into this design which responds to the landscape and the required sporting program with a simple elegance.

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Filae Gil Associate Director

Filae is a key member of the group’s design leadership team bringing extensive international and local design experience ranging from large public buildings, sports, and stadia to community spaces such as civic, sport and leisure.

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