John Wardle Architects designed the new Learning and Teaching building at the Clayton campus of Monash University. Locker Group produced massive perforated metal sheets in multiple profiles for the project. How do these contribute to the building’s unique look and what were the challenges of this project?
Locker Group have produced perforated metal for decades and we believe each profile has a unique character. Which character is going to best for your project, you ask? Well, that depends entirely on you, but here are a few ideas to get you started.
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