Lindfield Learning Village is a former UTS Ku-Ring-Gai campus that holds historical significance, influencing the second half of 20th century Australian architecture. Sydney experienced high levels of residential suburban expansion in the 1960s in and around North shore. The difficult of the rocky and slop terrain of the North Shore had been a challenge that was hard to overcome.
Many young architects worked closely to throughout the decade, testing and implementing evolving ideas. From this climate of architectural innovation resulting the blending of two themes of the “Sydney School” and “new Brutalism”. This notion of directly involving nature and architecture is what defined this collage – blending and contrasting into the landscape. Embodying the true meaning of oxymoron in a structure.