Liberty Building, University of Leeds

The Liberty Building at the University of Leeds Law School is a state of the art working and learning facility. Previously housed in scattered and out-dated accommodation, the School of Law now enjoys a cohesive environment formed of a series of light-filled spaces for students and researchers to interact, collaborate and relax.

A number of different spaces have been designed, from the more protected teaching environments to the north, moving through to the transparency of the open spaces to the south. At ground floor the undergraduate common room occupies the outward facing spaces, where students and staff can mix and be seen as they move around the building.


Client: University of Leeds
Location: Leeds, UK
Size: 6,300m² 
Skills: Masterplanning, Architecture, Landscape Architecture
Status: Completed
Accreditations: BREEAM Excellent

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