Cornerstone College in Mount Barker was established in 1989 based on a Master Plan by Brown Falconer. The College has been actively engaged in staged development since inception. The campus will now accommodate 900 Year 7-12 students commencing in 2014. The ‘inbarendi’ indoor recreation and multipurpose facilities received the Australian Institute of Architects SA Chapter Colorbond Award for excellence in steel architecture in 2000. The ‘Anakalypsi’ Resource Centre received a Commendation for Art and Architecture in 2002.
The ongoing building works and site infrastructure have integrated the work of talented and creative artisans since 1994 when Peter Moeck became the College Architect. This long term relationship for twenty years has been founded on trust and rapport. This has provided a design freedom to shape and build a learning village where each building has a unique identity and name reflective of context and purpose.
This project was by Brown Falconer.