National University
Medical School

The Medical Teaching School at the Australian National University, Canberra, was setup for 60 medical students commencing a four-year graduate entry medical program.

The design maintains the general feel and colours of external materials encountered in the Linnaeus precinct of the University. The new façades reflect the vertical “ribbed” or “stick” treatments found on the adjacent and nearby buildings. These elements, designed to fit in sympathetically with its older neighbours, continue the rhythm of the existing façades.