Project profile.

Client: University of Tasmania
Value: $131M
Timeline: 30 Months
Brief:

Revitalise Hobart’s iconic forestry building, transforming it from a long-vacant structure into a vibrant learning and research hub for the University of Tasmania’s College of Business, Economics, and Law, accommodating 300 staff and supporting 3,000 students.

challenges & successes:

Preserving the building’s historical essence while integrating modern, accessible features.

the rare innovation:

Embracing the principles of sustainable design, concentrating on preserving the building’s historical essence and creating a space that will not only revatilise Hobart’s urban core, but also offer year-round green spaces.

key benefits:

Project spearheaded by Rare Innovation with Jade Kaye as Superintendent, stands as a testament to sustainable architectural redevelopment.