Portland Building Phase III, University of Nottingham
The third phase of this major redevelopment at the University of Nottingham strengthens visual and physical links between the original neo-classical 1950s building and Michael Hopkins’ 2006 extension. The intervention takes place over five storeys and transforms academic space into a student focussed environment. The main entrance is relocated to respond to student movement and creates multi-height ‘welcome hub’.
- Interior Design
- Interior Finishing
- Space Planning
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