New London Architecture

New Science Building

Built

New Science Building contains high quality flexible teaching rooms and laboratories for use by multiple faculties while remaining faithful to the ambitions of the original Denis Lasdun masterplan.
Knowledge Networks: London and the Ox-Cam Arcv

Knowledge Networks: London and the Ox-Cam Arcv

The New Science Building provides state of the art, flexible, laboratories and teaching rooms for use by multiple departments, creating an environment in which cross-fertilisation of ideas and innovation can flourish. UEA also wanted a building that was sustainable and inclusive providing accessible facilities and social spaces for all. Fraser Brown MacKenna Architects designed a building that achieves this, fulfilling Lasdun’s original ambitions for the university — that each building should contribute to the wellbeing of students, how they live, work and interact — and that the buildings should respect the geology and attractive landscape of the site.

Project information

Status

Built

Borough

* N/A Outside of London

Size

7200 sq m

Completion

September 2019


Location

CD Annex, Norwich NR4 7TQ, UK


Team Credits

Architect

Fraser Brown MacKenna

Contractor

RG Carter

Client

University of East Anglia

Project Manager

Real Consulting


Last updated on

27/03/2020


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