Woodlea Sporting Pavilion

  • Architecture
  • Landscape Architecture
  • Interior Design
  • Melbourne

An exercise in simplicity

We designed 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.

The Group
Client: Woodlea/City of Melton
Studios: Melbourne, Australia
Key Facts:
  • 3,250 sqm
The Team:

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

Our design incorporates functionality, robustness, flexibility, and future-proofing, responding to the landscape and the required sporting program with simple elegance.

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Lisa-Maree Carrigan Director

Lisa-Maree, a Director and a multi-award-winning architect, is a design and thought leader with a global perspective. Her extensive industry knowledge from working in North America, Europe, the Middle East, Southeast Asia, and Australia underpins her purposeful, visionary design excellence. This is further bolstered by her commercial understanding, strategic direction, and respected industry leadership in city-shaping precinct-scale design.

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