Project / Completed 2017
“The new Moot Court not only looks professional, elegant and sophisticated, but below the surface it is also embedded with the latest technology, including audio-visual and teleconferencing capability”
Monash University’s Moot Court is an elegant space that is certain to leave a lasting impression. Designed by Jackson Clements Burrows Architects, this project transforms an educational environment into a professional space guaranteed to inspire the future lawyers of Australia.
The recently renovated Moot Court compliments the innovative university and allows for students to ‘engage with leading industry professionals in a setting that rivals the country’s most prestigious law courts.’ The stand out design featuring a bountiful selection of materials like blonde Australian hardwood, grey tiling, contemporary lighting and brass accents fills the space with brightness and warmth.
The polished timber finish throughout this project showcases our GoodWood Victorian ash, creating a calm and welcoming environment. Choosing our GoodWood allows for a flow between spaces; the battens that line all four walls of the Moot Court pair perfectly with GoodWood Victorian ash joinery and veneer.
GoodWood is a high quality, quarter sawn Victorian hardwood, unique to ASH. To ensure the absolute best, our timber is internally scanned, straight line edged and defect docked, all at our world class facility in Heyfield, making it the market’s best appearance grade timber. To learn more about the benefits of GoodWood Victorian ash, click here.
Jackson Clements Burrows Architects
“[The] design captures the modern practice of law as an evolving inquiry that requires creativity, lateral thinking, intelligence and respect through a sophisticated palette of materials including terrazzo tiling, Victorian ash and brass trim”