Boola Katitjin, Murdoch University is a multi-award-winning mass engineered timber building. It has demonstrated that designing for Country with circularity, collaboration, and innovation at the forefront results in outcomes that benefit both people and the planet.
Constructed from glulam and cross laminated timber, sourced from sustainable suppliers in Australia and Europe, Boola Katitjin provides an absolutely stunning architectural and engineering, educational environment. Boola Katitjin means ‘lots of learning’ in the local Noongar language, and there was certainly lots of learning during and in this amazing project.
Join us to hear from two of Australia’s leading building professionals to learn all about the design, fabrication, and construction of this stunning, innovative, biophilic-rich, sustainable timber building.