Work commences on Kadampa Buddhist Meditation centre

Work has commenced on the tenancy fitout of a Kadampa Buddhist Meditation centre at Spring Hill, Brisbane after Rork Projects was recently awarded the Design and Construct contract.

The Project comprises of the tenancy fitout of Strata Titled basement level and ground level – approx. 360m² for use as a Buddhist Meditation Centre. The uses include laundry store to basement level and ground level consisting of the following uses:

  • Meditation Room
  • Reception
  • Book shop
  • Breakout Area
  • Drinking Station
  • Dual purpose Kitchen
  • Office
  • Teacher’s Prep
  • Furniture Store
  • Amenities

Rork Projects GM, Luke Chalmers, noted it was an exciting opportunity to help show case Buddhist Meditation Centre in Australia and overseas.

“We look forward to playing a role in the clients’ vision to create a quality, welcoming, calming place for meditation, prayer and educational purposes.”

“We’re also excited to have the opportunity to work with Architect David Halpin from Kris Kowalski Architects on the project,” Luke concluded.

Kadampa Buddhism is a Mahayana Buddhist school founded by the great Indian Buddhist Master Atisha (AD 982-1054).

Through the activities and dedication of the renowned Buddhist Master, Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso, Kadampa Buddhism has spread to many countries in recent years.

Geshe Kelsang has worked tirelessly to spread Kadampa Buddhism throughout the world by giving extensive teachings, writing many books on Kadampa Buddhism, establishing the International Temples Project and founding the New Kadampa Tradition, the International Kadampa Buddhist Union.