Labyrinth

 
In the six or so years since leaving UTS (University of Technology, Sydney) progress in line with the University’s tag line, think, change, do and the Campus Masterplan is impressive. The above is taken from the top floor of the Engineering and IT Building looking down towards the ground floor. This description is taken from the UTS website:

It accommodates the Faculty of Engineering and IT, along with the majority of its specialist facilities, for the first time in the faculty’s history. Rising 13 storeys above the ground, the building, designed by Melbourne-based architects Denton Corker Marshall, is encased in a dramatic ‘binary screen’ and features state-of-the-art teaching, learning and research spaces throughout.

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UTS Engineering and IT Building

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