Campus Perth – a design-led, co-living student hub – is set to be home to more than 700 domestic and international university students from early 2019.
A collaboration between GCP Hospitality – renowned, global hospitality and hotel accommodation operator – and award-winning design studio, Woods Bagot, Campus Perth provides international and domestic students with an inner city student accommodation option.
Located in the hustle and bustle of Perth at 80 Stirling Street, Campus Perth has been designed with the idea of community at its core to seamlessly integrate spaces for students to live, socialise, study, learn and collaborate across 11 floors.
With an emphasis on design, functionality and technology, Campus Perth will offer flat sharing style apartments of four and six bedrooms, spacious rooms for two, and private studio apartments. Every room has strong design look and feel and is complemented with high-speed Wi-Fi, lockable drawers, ensuite bathrooms, individual study desks, card access doors and USB charging hubs.
Split across 3,600 sqm of communal areas, students will have access to The Link – a co-working space with cluster tables, individual workstations and rooms for private meetings, all equipped with the latest technology and connectivity including high-speed Wi-Fi, USB charging stations, screening options and monitors.
The Commons is a vibrant, multi-cultural area for students to take a break from studying and features a gaming room. A fully-equipped fitness club will also be accessible for students, along with several fully-equipped communal kitchens and a BBQ rooftop.
GCP Hospitality Chief Marketing Officer, Marc Bichet, who worked closely with the Woods Bagot design team said Campus Perth blurred the lines between traditional student accommodation and a co-living space to deliver the next generation of student accommodation.
“Campus Perth offers something different to Western Australia – it is a vibrant and energetic place for young people to live in the heart of the city. There is simply nothing else in Perth that meets the demand for design and community led, affordable home-away-from-homes for students – both domestic and international,” Marc said.
“We coupled GCP Hospitality’s experience and knowledge of international design and lifestyle trends within hotels, restaurants and co-working environments with Woods Bagot’s local insight and global practice in experiential architecture to create a space that celebrates all realms of student living and encapsulates the Campus brand.