We can point to extensive experience of supporting clients in making the most of their estate. Along the way, we have learnt a great deal – above all, that every client is different. In fact, this is where we believe that our experience has most to offer, we can understand what is special about your university and propose unique, innovative solutions to meet your specific needs. Moreover, we can offer a wealth of experience in education; we understand the diversity of the HE sector and are as comfortable when talking about education as we are about architecture.
“I have worked with Bond Bryan for over twenty years on Education schemes at both the University of Sheffield and previously at Sheffield Hallam University. They have proved to be excellent architects with the ability to engage with the client, who usually are new to major projects, and skilfully develop a brief that meets their aspirations with vision and flair”.
David Briggs, Project Manager – The University of Sheffield.
The experience of being a student should be central to defining the learning environments of the future.
Our development frameworks provide a structured dialogue with universities to define what a student-focused experience means in terms of: what spaces best support the students’ vision, how should those spaces be best arranged to create a thriving learning community and how much space do the students need.
The Engineering Heartspace represents the culmination of the Faculty of Engineering’s Development Framework at the University of Sheffield.
The refurbishment of the Kathleen Lonsdale Building (KLB) was a crucial part of implementing the Masterplan for the University College London’s Bloomsbury Campus.
Bond Bryan’s stunning architectural delivery has seen the creation of a large 4 storey atrium at the heart of the campus that has become its focal point.
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.
Bond Bryan fulfilled the scope of services - from inception to completion - offering full architectural services alongside interior design services, as well as guiding the scheme through an intricate planning process.
The project saw the restoration and sensitive extension of the existing Wivenhoe Park House - the Grade II Listed wartime home of the SAS - with the creation of a new wing to accommodate 24 flexible bedroom suites and an elegant and flexible garden pavilion.
Bond Bryan created a simple and relatively deep plan building form that has maximised the limited space available for the project.