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Designed to reflect the industries core business.
Completed in early 2011, the MITA training facility, museum and headquarters are located within the Joondalup Education Hub.
What may, at first glance, seem a brutalist inspired building is, in fact, a carefully considered complex, designed to reflect the motor industries core business – motor vehicles.
For example, the rotary layout and imaginative ‘dog-tooth’ blockwork are strong hints of the mechanics of a car engine.
Architects, Meyer Shircore, achieved these stunning result using a range of Midland Brick’s grey and charcoal blocks, which also ensure low-level maintenance and high performance – like any high-quality car engine!
Project: MITA Building
Year opened: 2011
Architect: Meyer Shircore
Builder: Cooper and Oxley
Client: Motor Industry Training Association