The University of Kent’s new School of Economics, designed by Bond Bryan Architects, on the Canterbury Campus is part of a new Business Hub focused on Economics, Business, Maths and Statistics & Actuarial Science.
Architects Cullinan Studio refurbish complex roof design. The original building was constructed in 1963 by famous Brutalist architect Denys Lasdun.
CPMG Architects undertook the challenge of completely refurbishing a 1960’s tower block and constructing a brand new wing. The ambitious project created spaces that encourage artistic collaboration between students such as studios, workshops and break-out spaces.
Turner Prize winning architecture collective Assemble appointed to design the new space for Goldsmiths CCA. It is their first major building commission, part of redeveloped Grade II listed Laurie Grove Baths.
C. F. Møller, Architects’ building is making a bold statement on the campus of the University of Southern Denmark in Odense, blending in and standing out at the same time with its unique façade and innovative interior layout for cutting-edge research.
New renders of MSU Broad College of Business Pavilion by LMN Architects. This project transforms the decades-old existing facility into a cohesive complex at the forefront of modern business education.
Artist uses tech as inspiration for design in new student housing development. Ginkgo Projects has collaborated with artist Lilah Fowler to produce public art influenced by the city of Bristol’s technological and industrial history.
Purcell, architects, master planners and heritage consultants, has received planning for extensive building works on the site of Arne Jacobsen’s Grade I listed St. Catherine’s College in Oxford.
An ambitious project to replace the diamond-shaped roof of the University of Leicester’s world-famous Engineering Building, with all 2,500 glass panels reconstructed and replaced to exacting standards, is complete.
Cox Howlett & Bailey Woodland’s work on the new (NRAS) Student Accommodation facilities at St Thomas More College has created an outstanding living and learning space where a diverse college community is encouraged to develop and excel.
Durham County Council has approved a planning application by FaulknerBrowns Architects, on behalf of Durham University, for the addition of a new state-of-the-art Centre for Teaching and Learning.
430,000 square feet of space designed by ENNEAD Architects in two connected eight-story towers. State-of-the-art classrooms, project centers, research labs, an engineering library and a café transform the UT Austin campus.
The Indoor Sports Centre at the University of Birmingham designed by Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands includes Birmingham’s first Olympic-standard swimming pool, together with a range of sports halls and gyms, laboratories and testing facilities.
NBRS Architecture’s work on the Millar Building at Macquarie University has created light and airy 3 storey glazed atrium. The atrium is used for individual learning as well as encouraging chance encounters and collaborative research.