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66-72 Gower Street, Camden


Our refurbishment of this 1950s building provides new offices and desk-based research space together with innovation 'labs' and executive teaching rooms for computer scientists.

Accessibility in and around the building was addressed, as was having highly adaptable accommodation for touch-down and permanent working to make the space flexible. Environmental enhancements focused on replacement of windows and internal insulation, while improvements to the building’s services have resulted in reduced power consumption in line with UCL’s commitment for carbon reduction. A 'Gold' rating of RISC SKA accreditation has also been achieved.

Project Details:

New teaching space, innovation lab space, and office space created from a refurbished 1950s building.

Client: University College London

Construction Value: £3.4m

Completion: 2015

Location: Camden

Image: Jack Hobhouse