Harry added: “The submission demonstrated a good understanding of the site context and a clear focus on trying to establish a clear narrative for the project. It has been designed to complement and interact with nearby commercial and cultural areas and the choice of materials and open spaces creates a welcoming environment.”
In addition to taking an active role in the undergraduate course through external reviews and industry panel workshops, Broadway Malyan is currently working with UNNC on projects including an innovation campus. The UNNC Innovation Incubator (pictured right) combines the latest thinking in education and workplace design to deliver spaces that blend collaborative and social spaces with formal research, learning and study areas.
The exhibition and award ceremony took place at the building of the Centre for Sustainable Energy Technologies, a new building that the department relocated to last year. It was opened by UNNC’s Provost, Professor Chris Rudd, and ABE’s Head of Department, Dr Ali Cheshmehzangi.