Frederick Mappin Building, University of Sheffield
Our team were approached by the University of Sheffield to propose a wheelchair access solution to the early 20th Century Grade II* listed Frederick Mappin Building.
The Mappin Building was one of the University of Sheffield’s original buildings, and still occupies a central role within the campus. Phase I of the improvement works comprised a new external ramp and steps for the main entrance.
- Project Delivery
The design for the ramp adopts the materials and proportions of the existing building, whilst clearly maintaining its difference through contemporary composition and detailing, embodying a modern interpretation of the existing palette.
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