Mosman High School

Woods Bagot

Heritage, landscape and the creativity of its students has inspired the state significant extension to Mosman High School on Sydney’s North Shore. Overlooking Sydney’s Harbour, the four-storey multipurpose learning facility expands the school’s capacity to 1200 students. The update includes new classrooms, performance and fitness studios, a library, gym and outdoor play areas, including a rooftop courtyard. The project embodies the school’s performing arts values, rich Indigenous significance of the site, and a vision of future learning.

Mosman has a deep Indigenous history and was used as a performance and learning space for local Aboriginal people, the concept is about a reaching out towards the landscape and celebrating the inside and outside together.

Woods Bagot’s approach to Mosman High School aims to reflect the playful and creative character of the school and to serve the community by creating a space that is flexible, promotes future focused learning and ultimately, creates ‘a space for everyone’.


Furniture: Business Interiors. Finishes: Pinboards, Acoufelt, Carpet, Acoufelt, Hera Panel, Armstrong


Photography: Trevor Mein