Ripple Effect: CRAB Studio Designs Queensland Architecture School

Cook Robotham Architectural Bureau used MDF veneered in hoop pine to clad the underside of a roof overhang at Bond University’s Abedian School of Architecture in Robina, Australia. Photography by Andy Wingate/Cook Robotham Architectural Bureau.

The overhang shades the facade’s concrete and aluminum-framed glass. Photography by Peter Bennetts.

The central corridor rises 7 ½ feet along its 200-foot length. Photography by Peter Bennetts.

An undergraduate studio opens to a terrace. Photography by Peter Bennetts.

Acrylic paint brightens some of the pine-veneered paneling. Photography by Peter Bennetts.

Concrete panels were poured in place. Photography courtesy of ADCO Constructions.

A system of steel beams and channels forms the frame of the roof. Photography courtesy of ADCO Constructions.

Columns are steel or timber-clad steel. Photography by Peter Bennetts.

Pendant fixtures by Charles Keller in the corridor. Photography by Murray Rix/Rix Ryan Photography.

A studio’s acid-etched concrete floor glimpsed through a staircase balustrade. Photography courtesy of Cook Robotham Architectural Bureau.

Custom tables with lacquered tops in a postgraduate study room. Photography by Peter Bennetts.

Floodlights and downlights are LED. Photography by Peter Bennetts.

A master’s studio’s custom chairs have birch-veneered plywood seats. Photography by Peter Bennetts.

Demarcating the entrance to an alcove, lockers can double as a bench. Photography by Peter Bennetts.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Rix Ryan Photography.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Rix Ryan Photography.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Peter Bennetts.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Peter Bennetts.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Peter Bennetts.

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