Centuria South, Teesside University
The Sports and Health Sciences department at Teesside University has benefitted from a dramatic new facility. Featuring a dental school, lecture rooms, sports and physiotherapy laboratories, a hydrotherapy pool, offices and informal work and social spaces, the new building will bring state-of-the-art facilities to students at Teesside.
The design features two separate entrances to the building - one for members of the public accessing the dental clinic, and one for university staff and students. The design complements the existing Centuria Building and the two facilities are linked by a dramatic four-storey atrium space, forming a new heart to the expanded School of Health.
- Interior Design
Sustainable design features have been introduced throughout the building to minimise its impact on the environment. These include a combined heat and power (CHP) facility linked to the hydrotherapy pool, exposed thermal mass, hybrid natural ventilation for offices, classrooms and laboratories and maximisation of natural daylight throughout.
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