• Mason and Wales Architecture - Otago Business School
  • Mason and Wales Architecture - Otago Business School
  • Mason and Wales Architecture - Otago Business School
  • Mason and Wales Architecture - Otago Business School
  • Mason and Wales Architecture - Otago Business School
  • Mason and Wales Architecture - Otago Business School
  • Mason and Wales Architecture - Otago Business School
  • Mason and Wales Architecture - Otago Business School
  • Mason and Wales Architecture - Otago Business School
  • Mason and Wales Architecture - Otago Business School
  • Mason and Wales Architecture - Otago Business School
  • Mason and Wales Architecture - Otago Business School
  • Mason and Wales Architecture - Otago Business School
  • Mason and Wales Architecture - Otago Business School
  • Mason and Wales Architecture - Otago Business School
  • Mason and Wales Architecture - Otago Business School
  • Mason and Wales Architecture - Otago Business School
  • Mason and Wales Architecture - Otago Business School
  • Mason and Wales Architecture - Otago Business School
  • Mason and Wales Architecture - Otago Business School
  • Mason and Wales Architecture - Otago Business School
  • Mason and Wales Architecture - Otago Business School
  • Mason and Wales Architecture - Otago Business School
  • Mason and Wales Architecture - Otago Business School

Otago Business School

"The compliments have been flowing since the redeveloped University of Otago Business School’s common space opened for use at the beginning of this year.

 The redeveloped space over two floors was formally opened and blessed with a whakawatea in December 2017 by Hata Temo of the Office of Māori Development.

 Construction work on the redevelopment started in October 2016, to bring it into line with a more modern learning environment, and to replace the wet and cold atrium, exacerbated by leaks and the lack of a wind-proof door.
The newly developed ground level cafe, study and social spaces, known as Te Wao Nui, has been welcomed by students and staff alike.

 Pro-Vice-Chancellor Commerce Professor Robin Gauld told those at last Wednesday’s opening that the collaborative space signified a new direction for the Business School, which is the first in New Zealand to incorporate the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals as part of its newly-developed strategy.

Chancellor Dr Royden Somerville welcomed the refurbishment, noting the building has now successfully addressed its significant design faults. He paid testament to those who ensured the redevelopment was of a high standard"

- Otago Business School News

Project Type:

Education

Location:

Dunedin

Client:

University of Otago

Property Council NZ, Rider Levett Bucknall Property Industry Awards 2018 Finalist

Gib Education Property Award                              - Excellence Award 

Published:
Otago Business School