University of Auckland - Grafton Campus Redevelopment
The University of Auckland’s Grafton Campus redevelopment was part of a $240 million masterplan project, completed over 6 years. The Grafton Campus is primarily dedicated to the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences (FMHS), a bio-medical research and teaching facility combining a complex interweave of users and programmatic requirements. The masterplan and these research facilities were designed by Jasmax in association with Jackson Architecture. The Grafton Campus masterplan has brought clarity and logic to the arrangement of faculty services, uniting discrete building elements into a navigable, interconnected, and cohesive whole. A light-filled atrium connects the new Boyle building to the existing campus; acting as a three level circulation spine, the atrium unlocks circulation horizontally connecting research, academic, administration and teaching functions.