The refurbishment of the Kathleen Lonsdale Building (KLB) was a crucial part of implementing the Masterplan for the University College London’s Bloomsbury Campus. This project enabled the co-location of some of the departments that form part of the Faculty of Maths and Physical Sciences (MAPS), with all of the Earth Science Department also housed in the KLB.
In order to achieve this, several key objectives were set out at the project’s start and were met by the completion. These included: increased utilisation of the building, increased accessibility, consolidation of the Department of Earth Sciences within the KLB, and providing space for the Departments of Physics and Astronomy & Chemistry.
Through collaborative research, Bond Bryan provided a state-of-the-art building supporting the changing pedagogical needs of the faculty, within a flexible and inspiring environment.
The David Hockney Building at Bradford College represents the flexibility needed for an FE provider to remain in touch and current with the ever-fluctuating methods of pedagogy.