ARM’s transformation of RMIT Building 22

Green Brain extension, RMIT. Photo courtesy RMIT. Photographer: John Gollings

AWARD-WINNING ARCHITECTURE firm Ashton Raggatt McDougall has recently completed the new Green Brain extension to RMIT University’s Building 22 in Melbourne. The new section links Storey Hall and the old Singer Building, striking a dramatic contrast between the old and the new. Featuring a flexible conference suite on the roof of Building 22, this extension complements the existing seminar facilities at the adjacent Storey Hall Annex Building. With a four star Green Star rating, the Green Brain is green in every sense of the word.

Having previously completed the award-winning redesign of Storey Hall in 1995, ARM was well experienced to design the new extension. ARM was founded in 1988 and has completed numerous internationally renowned designs and won a number of awards. The firm is best known for the National Museum of Australia in Canberra, RMIT Storey Hall and the Shrine of Remembrance in Melbourne.

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