NEW SHEPPARTON LAW COURTS | IN THE NEWS

Set to open in just two days, the new Shepparton Law Courts have been in the news once again. 

In this article, The Age discusses the design of the new Shepparton Law Courts with Architectus Director Mark Wilde, providing insight into how the building itself will help to alleviate stress for its users.

 Shepparton's new court building is designed to minimise stress and intimidation, in part via transparent building materials. 

Shepparton's new court building is designed to minimise stress and intimidation, in part via transparent building materials. 

Today, rather than intimidate, courts the world over are increasingly designed to alleviate stress.
— Ray Edgar, The Age

The Shepparton Law Courts is a joint venture project between Architectus, GHD Woodhead and Guymer Bailey Architects. This is the second joint venture courthouse that Guymer Bailey has worked with Architectus on, the first being the award winning Queen Elizabeth II Courts of Law in Brisbane. 


Shepparton Law Courts Project Team
Builder: ADCO Construction
Principle Consultant: Architectus Group Pty LtdGHD Woodhead and Guymer Bailey Architects
Project Manager: Ontoit
Quantity Surveyor: Wilde and Woolard