A place to thrive

For students to reach their highest potential, they deserve a learning environment where they can thrive. St Anne’s Catholic School was designed with this in mind.

Inspired by the indigenous local long neck turtle, the new school’s external design features  hexagon shapes found on the turtle’s shell, which also strategically forms a protective shell roof for students and faculty. Using Steeline Lokdek steel was an essential component of constructing the roof to ensure structural integrity and durability that lasts far beyond a student’s graduation.

Embodying a strong sense of place and connection to community, the school’s new architecture reflects the future vision of education in which students thrive in a fully supported and engaging environment.

  • Architect No.42 Architects
  • Location Kialla, Shepperton, VIC
  • Builder Moretto Building


Featured material

Steeline Steel Span 700 has a square corrugated profile with an attractive contemporary look. Made from light gauge, high tensile steel it has an efficiently designed profile, making it light and able to span long distances for use on roof or walls. These exterior walls are Steel Span in a combination pattern of modern colours from COLORBOND®: Basalt®, Shale Grey®, Surf Mist®, Windspray®.

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