Dulux breathes vibrancy into new Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre.

victorian cancer centre facade

Image: John Gollings

Dulux has helped bring vibrancy and brightness to the interior of Melbourne’s Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre (VCCC), a purpose-built space that focuses on cancer research, treatment, education and care.

Opened last year, the centre employs a range of Dulux products as part of its cutting-edge design and aims to become one of the top ten facilities of its kind in the world.

Following four years of construction, the VCCC is home to cancer research, clinical services and educational facilities for Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, Melbourne Health and the University of Melbourne.

VCCC will host in the region of 1,200 cancer researchers over 25,000 square metres of space that features 47 seminar rooms and meeting areas as well as a lecture theatre.

Dulux Wash & Wear was utilised throughout the centre to ensure the highest standards in durability, longevity and stain protection. Wash & Wear Low Sheen was specified for bold and bright feature walls in the centre’s interior.

Key colours bring energy to the clinical environment in line with Dulux’s overarching vision to enhance the spaces and places in which we live and work.

The architects and specifiers behind the VCCC project were McBride Charles Ryan, Silver Thomas Hanley and Design Inc.