Starbox Architecture designed flexible football club change rooms that incorporate amenities for local junior clubs, state league city club, AFLW, and AFL in Devonport, Tasmania.
The existing Devonport stadium club rooms had inadequate amenities for a growing club, non-standard facilities for AFL/ AFLW games, and structural columns that obstructed pre-game preparation.
The existing undercroft area below the stadium seating was the maximum buildable envelope, so the Starbox Architecture designers had limited space to work with.
However, working with a structural engineer, they managed to remove rows of structural columns which opened up the internal space.
This provided enough width within the change rooms for pre-game preparation including drills and delivered flexibility to divide the space into separate male and female areas.
Key Products Used
B/C grade plywood for ceilings
James Hardie Easylap wall lining
Polytec laminate joinery for lockers
Polytec wet area partitions
Forbo vinyl flooring
Lotus operable walls
GP Glass Trend Windows
Project Size – 542 m2
Project Budget – $884,000
Building Levels – 1
Completion Date – 2022
Starbox Architecture is a boutique architecture practice with a focus on creating spaces together so that the built environment can be humanized.
Native Design Workshop
Native Design Workshop is a young design studio based in both Melbourne, Australia, and Auckland in New Zealand that wants to make change through good and honest design.
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