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Burwell Deakins Architects - Student Hub and Collaborative Learning Auditorium

Burwell Deakins Architects

New student hub and refurbished auditorium.





Student Hub and Collaborative Learning Auditorium

Student Hub and Collaborative Learning Auditorium 

Working within the circulation patterns of the David Kier Building, the new Student Hub and the revitalised lecture theatre combine to create an “open all hours” collaborative learning environment that extends the use of facilities beyond the standard academic day, providing a new, local, focus for student life. The interconnected levels and seating corrals combine to create a series of spaces that subtly move from public to private.