DCA was the lead consultant and teamed up with MOAA Architects to deliver this project. Research shows learning is moving away from a didactic and static classroom cell delivery to an interactive, student-centric, self-tailored model of learning. All teaching spaces are transparent. Learners are visually connected to other learners. Teaching and learning are witnessed and live. The interior environment boasts soothing NZ timbers and green hued surfaces. The association of timber with green hues mimics the harmony in nature. The exterior mesh shading device casts a dappled and filtered light to the interiors similar to that of light through trees. Green oxide and heavily patterned concrete panels add a dynamic as a shadow cast by the building.