About the project:

University of the Sunshine Coast - H1 Building

As a way of celebrating the USC H1 Building, we explored significant local landscape particularly the wallum heath and Allocasuarina Emuina  endemic only to the Sunshine Coast Region. This endangered plant is being studied by the GeneCology Research Group at USC and this group provided valuable information and assistance for our research. The shapes and patterns are drawn from nature and touch on the USC's  commitment to sustainability and regional engagement.

Name: ‘Wallum’ Allocasuarina Emuina
Location: USC – Sippy Downs, QLD
Dimensions: 13 panels (largest 2m x 2m)
Architect: Core Architecture
Client: University of The Sunshine Coast