Rangi Ruru Girls’ School is a private day and boarding school that has a reputation as being one of New Zealand’s best performing schools.
The Rangi Ruru Science building was the largest and the first new building completed by Rangi Ruru in a staged replacement of buildings adversely affected by a seismic event in 2010 and 2011.
The building has a series of science labs configured with adjoining spaces for self-paced and collaborative learning. The Graphic Concrete collection pattern "Grass" has been used both on the facade and on inner walls.
Architecture: Mcildowie Partner Architects (Melb)
Developer: Leighs Constructions
Prefabrication: Leighs Constructions & Bradfords Precast
Type: Educational Building